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Assistive features help people with disabilities navigate and control their device.
Skype offers many ways to customize your experience to meet your needs, including High Contrast modes for easier legibility.
You can quickly navigate through Skype using keyboard shortcuts. Learn more.
You can set the default font size of Skype.
Skype is designed to work with Assistive Technologies, including screen readers provided with Windows and MacOS. Learn more about Windows Narrator setup. Learn more about Mac VoiceOver setup. Microsoft is aware of potential performance issues when using the new version of Skype with VoiceOver, on older versions of MacOS. Microsoft recommends updating to the latest version of MacOS, and installing available updates.
We're continually working to improve accessibility in Skype, but if you prefer the previous experience you can download it by following the steps below. Mac users:
If you would like technical assistance using Skype on Mac or Windows, please contact the Microsoft Disability Answer Desk. Please go to the Microsoft Disability Answer Desk site to find out the contact details for your region.
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