Learn about the impact of color blindness on color coding.
- [Instructor] We're going to talk about color coding…in our documents…and it's important that we want to take…color blindness into consideration…when we're using color in our documents.…Now, there are two primary types of color blindness,…red-green and blue-yellow…and that means people have a problem differentiating…between these two colors.…If you want to follow along,…open up the Word document in the Exercise File folder…and scroll down to number four.…What we want to do, we have this sentence here…that's all red and then we have one word…that's green, important.…
So to make that stand out for someone who's color blind,…all we have to do is make it bold.…
- Making hyperlinks more accessible
- How color impacts accessibility
- Using heading styles in Word and Excel
- Formatting tables in Word
- Naming sheet tabs
- Using slide layouts and fonts
- Adding captions to presentations
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Understanding Accessibility
2. Accessible Office
3. Accessible Word
4. Accessible Excel
5. Accessible PowerPoint
6. Testing Accessibility
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