You can turn off Voiceover on your Macbook by pressing Command ⌘ + F5 function keys together.
You can also turn off VoiceOver using menu options,
- Click on the Apple Menu ,
- Select System Preferences...* and go to Accessibility -> VoiceOver
- Turn off the VoiceOver using the toggle button.
* If you are on the latest macOS Ventura, you would see System Settings... instead.
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