Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Improving accessibility with the new Dark theme, part of Office 2016 New Features.
- Microsoft Office has always included…accessibility features for those who have difficulty…reading or hearing things that are presented onscreen.…Well, when it comes to Office 2016,…there is an improvement to the UI.…We kinda touched on it in an earlier movie.…For example, here, in Microsoft Word,…we see a lot of blue at the top of the screen…using this Colorful theme in the background.…In Excel it's green, in OneNote it's purple, and so on.…
Well, another option, which is even better for those…who have difficulty reading or seeing the screen,…is dark grey, and we're gonna take a look at it now.…Notice I have this file open called…"Best of Landon Hotel Guide," you'll find it in…the Chapter 2 folder of your exercise files.…Let's start by turning on the Navigation pane.…When we go up to the View tab,…and we click the check box next to Navigation Pane,…it's great, it allows us to jump around the document…based on some of the headings that…are used in this document.…
But for those who have difficulty…reading the screen, it's not ideal.…
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