JSI Tip 4304. How do I use accessibility tools that are available for deaf or hard-of-hearing users in Windows XP?

Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 308897 contains the following summary:

People who are deaf or hard-of-hearing can configure Windows to use visual cues in place of sounds, or increase the volume level of program and system sounds. This article discusses the accessibility tools that are available for deaf or hard-of-hearing users, and also describes how to use standard Windows XP features to assist these users.



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