Learn how to use z-order on slides in Microsoft PowerPoint.
- [Instructor] We're going to talk about ZOrder now.…And ZOrder's kind of a funny name…but all it really means is the order…in which objects are placed on the slide.…A screen reader will read these objects…in the ZOrder, which basically is from back to front.…So we want to make sure that we…put our objects in the order that…we want the screen reader to read them.…If you want to follow along, open up…your accessibility PowerPoint,…in the exercise files folder, and go to slide number two.…So we're going to go over here to this editing pane…and click the select dropdown, and click selection pane.…
So we can see from the selection pane,…the very first thing, because it's…read from back to front remember,…so the very first thing is on the bottom.…The title'd be read and then content…placeholder 12, well this isn't…what we want to come next.…This is actually text number two.…And then it's going to read text number one.…So to fix this, all we do is grab…text number one and drag it down here…so it comes before text number two.…
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