LESSON 1: About ChromeVox and the Keyboard

With the help of ChromeVox spoken feedback, you can use your keyboard to explore the Web. After these 10 6 lessons, you’ll learn enough basic keyboard shortcuts to explore pages, find links and buttons, and have more than one page open at a time. You’ll also learn where to get more information.

Let’s start with what you need to use this guide. If you want to stop ChromeVox from talking at any time, press the Control key.

If you need to turn ChromeVox off, press Control+Alt+Z. To turn Chromevox back on, press Control+Alt+Z again.

The and keys pressed at the same time form a key combination called the ChromeVox keys. Most navigation shortcuts in ChromeVox begin with this Shift and Search combination. If you’re not sure where these keys are, press the Spacebar now.

Next we’ll learn about navigating pages by level, controlling the level of detail by breaking pages into chunks.

Lesson 2: Levels Navigation