When beginning to review a Word document for accessibility, it can be easy to quickly become overwhelmed with the task. Where do I start when looking for accessibility issues? How do I modify existing accessibility issues? What does it even mean to have an accessible Word document?
If this is where you are (don’t fret, we’ve all been there) then you have come to the right place. Megan Cowdell, CFILC’s Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Manager, has created “Microsoft Word Accessibility Tip: Using the built-in accessibility checker”. The Accessibility Checker is a great start to ensuring the accessibility of your Word document.
If you found this tip useful, please consider checking out Megan’s full training on how to make your Word documents fully accessible. Please visit the Microsoft Word Accessibility 101 Webinar video on our Youtube channel.
For a full transcript of the webinar, please view the Microsoft Word Accessibility 101 Webinar Transcript