In addition to accessibility features and utilities in Microsoft Windows, the following features make System Center Service Manager 2010 more accessible for people with disabilities:

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Using Keyboard Shortcuts

To do this Use this keyboard shortcut

Display or hide the navigation pane.

ALT+F1

Display or hide the Tasks pane.

CTRL+T

Display or hide the Detail pane.

CTRL+D

Refresh the current view.

F5

Select or clear a check box.

SPACE

Select the next Service Manager console item.

TAB

Select the previous Service Manager console item.

SHIFT+TAB

Perform the action for the selected item.

ENTER

Display the Administration workspace.

CTRL+1

Display the Library workspace.

CTRL+2

Display the Work Items workspace.

CTRL+3

Display the Configuration Items workspace.

CTRL+4

Display the Data Warehouse workspace (if the data warehouse server is registered with Service Manager).

CTRL+5

Display the Reporting workspace (if the data warehouse server is registered with Service Manager).

CTRL+6

Within views, navigate through an item list.

Arrow keys

Within views, navigate through multiple pages.

PAGE UP or PAGE DOWN

Within views, navigate to the first or last item on the current page.

HOME or END

Within views, navigate to the first or last item in a list.

CTRL+HOME or CTRL+END

On property pages, switch between tabs.

CTRL+TAB