Word Accessibility Overview

General Accessibility Concepts Creating accessible Word files follows many of the same principles as techniques as creating accessible PowerPoint or Excel files: Descriptive Hyperlinks Adding ALT Text to Images/Charts Creating Accessible Tables Not using color alone to convey meaning or emphasis Headings Use the built-in Accessibility Checker Word Specific Concepts Due to Word being unique … Continue reading Word Accessibility Overview

PowerPoint Accessibility Overview

General Accessibility Concepts Creating accessible PowerPoint files follows many of the same principles as techniques as creating accessible Word or Excel files: Descriptive Hyperlinks Adding ALT Text to Images/Charts Creating Accessible Tables Not using color alone to convey meaning or emphasis Structure Use the built-in Accessibility Checker PowerPoint Specific Concepts Due to PowerPoint being unique … Continue reading PowerPoint Accessibility Overview

Reading Order in PowerPoint

Reading Order Because of how PowerPoint renders content, it is possible that users with a screen reader can read your content in a different order then what is visually displayed. This is called Reading Order, which is the order in which content is actually read to a user. You can easily change the reading order by … Continue reading Reading Order in PowerPoint