I wrote the Accessibility Macros for Visual Studio 2005, my proud 131 line contribution to the product.
There are 4 macros
- Increase / Decrease Text Editor Font size incrementally – works great when bound to a keyboard shortcut
- Update the Text Editor font size to match the OS font size
- Make the editor into a pure high contrast, either all black text on a white background, or vice versa
- Maximize all tool windows so they appear and behave like a document. People using screen readers might find this layout desirable.
To view the macro code, go to Tools – Macro IDE. Then open the Project Explorer in the Macro IDE. Double-click on Samples, and open Accessibility. You can run the commands from there or bind them to a keyboard shortcut.