The Zune software has features that make it accessible to those who have limited dexterity, low vision, or other impairments. The following features make the Zune software more accessible:
Active control. As you tab through the page, you’ll see a dotted rectangle outlining an item that you can access. This is called your “active control.” When the item that you want to access is selected, use the appropriate keys to activate that control (type into a text box, use the Spacebar to select or clear a check box or option button, or press the Enter key to activate a button).
Note The information in this section may apply only to users who license Microsoft products in the United States. If you obtain the product outside of the United States, you can use the subsidiary information card that came with your software package or go to the Microsoft Accessibility website for a list of telephone numbers and addresses for Microsoft Support. You can contact your subsidiary to find out whether the type of products and services described in this section are available in your area. Information about accessibility is available in other languages, including Japanese and French.
Here’s a list of accessibility keyboard shortcuts that you can use in the Zune software.
|To do this:||Use this keyboard shortcut:|
|Previous item or chapter||Ctrl + B|
|Go to search box||Ctrl + E|
|Next item or chapter||Ctrl + F|
|Turn shuffle on or off||Ctrl + H|
|Eject CD (this doesn’t work on computers equipped with more than one CD drive)||Ctrl + J|
|Play or pause playing||Ctrl + P|
|Stop playing||Ctrl + S|
|In audio playback, turn repeat on or off||Ctrl + T|
|Zoom video size||Ctrl + Z|
In video playback, rewind video
In audio playback, return playback to normal speed after fast forwarding
|Ctrl + Shift + B|
|Fast forward through the song or video||Ctrl + Shift + F|
|Show Zune Help||F1|
|Decrease sound volume||F8|
|Increase sound volume||F9|
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