A new story over on the Office Blogs shows how Office can make documents, spreadsheets and other materials more accessible for people with disabilities.
The story highlights how users can make documents more accessible for people with vision impairments who use screen readers. It also features the Accessibility Checker, which scans materials for accessibility issues and suggests ways to resolve problems.
Making documents, spreadsheets and presentations more accessible can be a great help to students and teachers everywhere, but the benefits don’t stop there. Accessible content is also vital for people of all ages and in many different professions, including aging baby boomers and other workers who are experiencing age-related difficulties. — “Make your documents easier to see, hear and use, with Microsoft Office on Windows.” Office Blogs, 8/7/14.
Check out the article and learn how Office can make your documents more accessible.