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View and print guidesGuides cover everything from basic charging and the location of power and volume to advanced editing features.
Copy, paste & move buttons
Learn how to move buttons on a page from one location to another, and copy and paste buttons to another page in the vocabulary set.
Edit Button Label, Image & Message
Change the words on a button, as well as the message that's spoken aloud when the button is pressed. Learn how to change the image on a button to a different symbol, and how to take a picture with the wego camera.
Guided access is a feature that keeps the user 'locked in' to the vocabulary set, and prevents access to specified areas of the device (for example: the "sleep/wake" button, desktop and menu editing bars). Learn how to turn on and off Guided Access.
Note: If your wego A model does not have a 'home button' on the front of the device as described in this video - use the 'power' button on your device.
Hide & Show CellsGreat for new users! Simplify any page of your vocabulary set by temporarily hiding specific buttons.
Jump to a New Page
Create new, custom pages in your vocabulary set. In this example, Haylee will show you how to create a new page for "Park" that links with button actions to a new, customized vocabulary page with things to do at the park.
Learn how to tweak the pronunciation of words so they sound more natural when they are spoken (example: kee wee vs. kiwi).
Learn how to save a message to a button to easily repeat it at a later time. Great for planning ahead for shopping trips, as well as frequently used messages like "I need my wheelchair".