Using screen readers with Dreamweaver

Using screen readers with Dreamweaver

A screen reader recites text that appears on the computer screen. It also reads non-textual information, such as button labels or image descriptions in the application, provided in accessibility tags or attributes during authoring.

As a Dreamweaver user, you can use a screen reader to assist you in creating your web pages. The screen reader starts reading in the upper-left corner of the Document window.

Dreamweaver supports JAWS for Windows, from Freedom Scientific (, and Window-Eyes screen readers, from GW Micro (

Related topics

  • Support for operating system accessibility features
  • Using the keyboard to navigate Dreamweaver

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