A grid superimposed on the desktop, where the Mail app is open. The grid divides the desktop into seven columns and four rows, and each cell is numbered 1 through 28. The feedback window is located to the right of the Mail window.

Voice Control

With Voice Control, you can speak commands to navigate the desktop and apps, interact with what’s on the screen, dictate and edit text, and more.

Get started with Voice Control

The Switch Control Home panel, which includes, from left to right, buttons to control the keyboard, pointer, Dock, menu bar, system controls, custom panels, screen location, and other devices.

Switch Control

With Switch Control, you can use an adaptive device to more easily enter text, navigate and interact with what’s on the screen, and control your Mac.

How to use Switch Control

The Accessibility Keyboard with typing suggestions across the top. Below is a row of buttons for system controls to do things like adjust display brightness, show the Touch Bar onscreen, and show custom panels.

Accessibility Keyboard

Use the onscreen Accessibility Keyboard (with Dwell) to enter text and control your Mac without a physical keyboard, and perform mouse actions using eye- or head-tracking technology.

How to use the Accessibility Keyboard

A panel collection window showing, on the left, a list of keyboard panels, and, on the right, buttons and groups contained in a panel.

Panel Editor

With the Panel Editor, you can create custom panels for use with Switch Control or the Accessibility Keyboard on your Mac.

How to use the Panel Editor

To explore the Voice Control, Switch Control, and Accessibility Keyboard User Guide, click Table of Contents at the top of the page, or enter a word or phrase in the search field.

For more resources, visit the Apple Accessibility Support website.

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