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Help Microsoft Make Visual Studio More Accessible

Filed under: Accessibility,Microsoft — spiderwebwoman at 8:24 pm on Saturday, March 19, 2005

Post by Aaron Brethorst, the Program Manager responsible for Accessibility and User Interface Consistency throughout Visual Studio on the Visual Studio Accessibility blog:


“The team I work with is very interested in building up a contact list of our users who use Visual Studio with any and all accessibility settings enabled:



  • Screen readers and other assistive technologies.
  • High contrast mode.
  • Large fonts.
  • and anything else I may have missed.

We’d love the opportunity to discuss how we can improve your experience with Visual Studio on an ongoing basis.


Please leave a comment on this weblog, or email me directly at abreth@microsoft.com.



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