In addition to accessibility features and tools in Microsoft Windows, the following features make Operations Manager  more accessible for people with disabilities:

Note
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Using Keyboard Shortcuts

To do this Use this keyboard shortcut

Select a menu heading

F10 or Alt

Move up and down a menu

The Up and Down Arrow keys

Open a selected menu item

Enter

Display the File menu

Alt + F

Display the Edit menu

Alt + E

Display the View menu

Alt + V

Display the Go menu

Alt + G

Display the Tasks menu

Alt + K

Display the Tools menu

Alt + T

Display the Help menu

F1 or Alt + H

Move between menus

The Right and Left Arrow keys

Open the Help topic, if any, for the selected item

F1

Exit the Operations console

Alt + F4

Print the current page or active pane

Ctrl + P

Display the Action shortcut menu for the selected item

Shift + F10

Display the Monitoring workspace

Ctrl + 1

Display the Authoring workspace

Ctrl + 2

Display the Reporting workspace

Ctrl + 3

Display the Administration workspace

Ctrl + 4

Display My Workspace

Ctrl + 5