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Lexmark C950

Accessibility Resources for Lexmark Products

Lexmark accessibility information

Lexmark is committed to delivering products and product resources for all users regardless of individual disabilities.

Below is a list of resource links available to anyone requiring more information about Lexmark's Accessibility offerings and configuration information. Additional or unanswered questions can be sent to

Accessibility solutions

An additional message of Lexmark's commitment and a brief introduction to accessibility features and solutions from our Corporate and Social Responsibility annual report

Lexmark's accessibility page

Current accessibility offerings for hardware and solutions products

Product compliance

Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates (VPATs) for specific products.

User's guides

Accessibility user's guides are available in HTML format, which can be used with Assistive Technology such as screen readers.

User's Guide (2012 - 2014 products):User's Guide (2016 CS and CX72x, 82x, 86x products):
  • Overview:
    • Finding the accessible HTML version of the User’s Guide
    • Locating the printer for accessibility
  • Magnifying and inverting the colors of the screen:
    • Magnifying the screen
    • Inverting the colors of the screen
    • Returning the screen to normal mode
  • Activating other accessibility features:
    • Enabling a beep when paper is loaded into the ADF tray correctly
    • Copying using the automatic document feeder (ADF)
    • Adjusting the fax speaker settings
    • Adjusting the audio feedback for button and icon presses
    • Enabling touch screen feedback
    • Adjusting the brightness of the printer display
    • Setting the indicator light to blinking red when printer encounters an error
    • Changing the output bin lighting mode
    • Extending the inactivity timeout
    • Adjusting the number of presses per second for a repeating key
    • Adjusting the initial length of delay before key repeat
  • Setting up and using Lexmark Accessibility Speech and Solution:
    • Setting up and using Lexmark Accessibility Speech
    • Setting up and using Lexmark Accessibility Solution
  • Overview:
    • Finding the accessible HTML version of the User’s Guide
    • Contacting customer support
    • Locating the printer for accessibility
    • Using the control panel
    • Making a quick copy using the control panel
  • Enabling user selectable accessibility features
    • Enabling the Magnification mode
    • Using Lexmark Voice Guidance
      • Activating Voice Guidance
      • Navigating the screen using gestures
      • Using the keyboard on the display
    • Using the keyboard
    • Performing a task using the keyboard
    • Setting up and using Lexmark Accessibility Solution
  • Configuring accessibility settings
    • Adjusting the Voice Guidance speech rate
    • Adjusting the default headphones volume
    • Adjusting the default internal speaker volume
    • Enabling spoken passwords or personal identification numbers
    • Changing the keyboard type
    • Configuring the fax speaker settings
    • Enabling an audible alert when loading paper into the ADF tray
    • Enabling the output bin lighting
    • Adjusting the key repeat rate
    • Adjusting the initial delay before key repeat
    • Adjusting the duplicate key strike interval
    • Enabling two sided copying
    • Configuring optical character recognition based scans
    • Changing the display language
    • Extending the inactivity timeout
Continuous improvements (2016 Lexmark CS720, CS725, CS820, CX725, CX820, CX825, and CX860)

Voice Guidance

  • IntegratedVoice Guidance – Previous products required the purchase of an optional kit. Requires FW3/EC1 or later firmware.
  • Multi-level menu support – Expanded menus works with all firmware menus. Previous products only worked with a portion or subset of menus.

Touchscreen (Control Panel)

  • Gesture navigation – While keyboard navigation remains available, you can now navigate the touchscreen using standard gestures.
  • Improvements to contrast and tactility, to include:
    • Buttons and keys raised above surrounding bezel
    • Raised icons on buttons for tactile identification
    • Button contrast and text contrast/size improvements

Other improvements

  • Headphone jack and volume control is now standard on all models compatible with solutions apps.
  • Software, firmware, and publications designed to comply with WCAG 2.0 AA requirements
  • Embedded Web Server (EWS) supports Assistive Technology such as screen readers.
Administrator guidesStill need help?

If you require additional assistance, please close this window, go to your product's support page and locate Get In Touch with Lexmark! for contact information.
When calling for support, you will need your printer model/machine type and serial number (SN).

Please be near the products described in this article to expedite the support process and reduce call-back situations.

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