Join Glenna Shaw for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Creating Accessible Documents in Microsoft Office.
- [Glenna] Thank you for joining me for this course.…If you want to learn more, visit microsoft.com/accessibility.…There's a ton of resources there for you,…especially under the Office tab.…Remember, accessibility is for everyone.…We all benefit from assistive technologies.…
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- 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 Appropriate for all
1. Understanding Accessibility
2. Accessible Office
3. Accessible Word
4. Accessible Excel
5. Accessible PowerPoint
6. Testing Accessibility
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