Learn about the layout position and order of objects (images, shapes, etc.) in Microsoft Word.
- [Instructor] So, for this exercise,…what we're going to do is make sure…that when we combine images with text,…the screen reader reads them in the order that is intended.…So, if you want to follow along,…open up your Word document in the exercise file folder.…The first thing we're going to do…is change the layout of the image.…Click on the image and click the layout options.…Now, an image can be inline with text…or it can have text wrapped around it.…What we're going to do is go ahead and select square…and now you can see that this text…is wrapped around the image.…
Go ahead and close the layout options window…and you can see here by this little anchor…that this image is going to come before the text.…The last thing we need to do is add alt text,…right click on the picture,…click format picture,…click on our layout and properties over here, alt text,…and here we go ahead and add our alt text for our image.…All right, there's our text for our image.…Go ahead and close that.…So, now we know when a screen reader reads this,…
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