Instructor Josh Rischin demonstrates how to use the Excel Online Accessibility Checker.
- [Instructor] Some of you may be aware…that there is an accessibility standard…for ICT applications.…Luckily, there is a simple way to check for this…in Excel Online.…If you'd like to follow along, open up XOL Access.…Take this workbook here which has a very simple pie chart.…If we navigate to the review tab…and then select accessibility checker,…the accessibility checker lets us know…that there is an error.…There is missing alt text, which is alternative text…in chart one.…Let's right-click chart one and then select alt text,…and include a description,…a summary of annual profit by company.…
The description is optional.…Now select okay and re-run the accessibility checker…by navigating to the review tab…and then selecting accessibility checker.…And you will notice now on the right-hand side…that the accessibility check is complete.…At the bottom of the screen, there is a hyperlink…if you would like to know more information…about making documents accessible,…and that's how we use Microsoft Excel Online's…accessibility checker.…
- Creating and editing workbooks
- Integrating the desktop version of Excel
- Sharing workbooks and assigning access privileges
- Creating charts
- Designing forms and surveys
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting to Know Excel Online
2. Working Seamlessly with Excel Online and Excel Desktop
3. Collaborating with Excel Online
4. Charting in Excel Online
5. Creating Forms with Excel Online
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