Did you know you can apply a universal color scheme and font to all Clicker Sets and Documents?
For learners with low vision, you can configure Clicker 7 so that all Clicker Sets and Documents appear the same. This doesn’t change the appearance of the files themselves, just how they look on your computer.
To do this, open the Options ribbon tab, click Accessibility and then open the Display tab.
To set a high-contrast color scheme, click the Color Scheme box.
To specify your own colors, choose the Custom scheme, and then click the Background and Additional colors below to change them.
To always use a particular font, check the Always use this font checkbox and set your desired font options below.
Did you know you can make Clicker 7 full screen?
To keep a learner focused on Clicker 7, you can make it full screen. This minimizes distractions and temporarily limits the ability to use other programs (on Windows).
To make Clicker 7 full screen, open the View ribbon tab and click Full Screen. You can also press the F11 key (Mac: while holding the Command key). Depending on your keyboard, you may have to hold the Fn key as well. Press again to leave full screen.
To always start Clicker 7 in full screen, open the Options ribbon tab and click Program Management. On the Startup tab, choose In Full Screen mode and click OK.
Did you know you can hide tools and change their size?
To do this, open the Options ribbon tab, choose User Preferences and then open the Look and Feel tab. This tab lists all the tools that appear in the Document ribbon tab and above grids.
To show/hide a tool, click it.
To make tools bigger or smaller, choose a size in the Tools and Tabs Size drop-down box.
Click OK to apply your changes.