This article describes how to turn on the High Contrast
feature in the Accessibility Options tool.
The High Contrast feature
uses colors and fonts that are easy to read.
To use the High Contrast feature in Microsoft Windows:
- Click Start, point to
Settings, and then click Control
- In Control Panel, double-click Accessibility
- On the Display tab, click to select the
Use High Contrast check box, and then click
- Start the program that you want to use, and then view a
Known issues when you use the High Contrast feature:
- Maps appear in color on Microsoft Windows NT 4.0-based
In Windows NT 4.0, there is no Display
tab in the Accessibility Options tool.
- The Legend entries are displayed in color.
- When you click to select a point of interest, the point of
interest is displayed in color.