Type with your voice
Convert your speech to text with Dictate in Office 365 applications such as Word, PowerPoint and Outlook for PCs. Also available with the Dictate add-in for Word, Outlook and PowerPoint for PCs which supports dictation in 20+ languages and real-time translation to 60+ languages.
Work with keyboard-only
Office 365 is designed to work seamlessly with keyboards. Shortcuts are documented per application to help you get started. Additionally, Tell Me lets you quickly access commands in several Office 365 applications by typing what you want to do using everyday language.
Click with your eyes
If physical disabilities make it difficult to use a keyboard, Windows 10 offers built-in support for eye control—an effective way to use your PC with just your eyes, (eye tracking hardware sold separately).Get started with eye control
Create polished content efficiently
Intelligence is infused in Office 365 to help you do more in fewer steps. Get automated design recommendations in seconds after you add an image in PowerPoint with Designer. Get started quickly with access to reliable sources and citable content without leaving Word with Researcher.
Type without a keyboard
The On-Screen Keyboard (OSK) allows you to type with a pointing device, such as a mouse, trackball or joystick. And for those with mobility limitations, learning disabilities, or cognitive impairment, the word completion and word prediction tools can be helpful.Get started with the on-screen keyboard
Log in simply and securely
Accessibility settings, such as Sticky Keys and Filter Keys are available on the sign-in screen to log on to your computer. And with Windows Hello you can quickly and securely sign-in with just a look or touch, (requires specialized hardware).
Easier to use mouse and keyboard
Windows 10 gives you a number of options for making your mouse and keyboard easier to use. Change the shape and color of the mouse pointer, or use Mouse Keys to move the mouse pointer with the numeric keypad. If you have trouble pressing two keys at the same time, Sticky Keys lets you type commands one key at a time.
Type and navigate with your voice
Whether you're composing a document, an email, or surfing the web, dictation will convert your speech to text—so you can produce words without a keyboard. And with Windows Speech Recognition you can control your PC by voice alone.