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  • Page Breaks in Word

    Use the page break features when make a new page rather than pressing enter. Excessive enters or spaces may disorient some of your content viewers. The following resources cover how to utilize page breaks in Word. How to insert page … Continued

  • Accessibility Checker in Word

    Automated checks are a good place to start. Microsoft Office has an accessibility checker in Word. Below are some resources on how to use the accessibility checker in Word. Microsoft Office’s video on how to use the accessibility checker Microsoft … Continued

  • Alternative Text in Word

    Alternative text is the textual equivalent of an image. Below are resources on how to add alternative text in Word. Microsoft Office’s video on how to add alternative text Microsoft Office’s tutorial on how to add alternative text

  • Headings in Word

    Headings provide extra navigation elements. Below are tutorials on how to add headings to your Word documents. Microsoft Office’s video on how to add headings Microsoft Office’s tutorial on how to add headings

PowerPoint

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  • Checklist for PowerPoint (PPT)

    Below is a resource with a few things to keep in mind when creating PowerPoint presentations. Microsoft Office’s suggested accessibility measures in PowerPoint

Excel

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PDF

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  • Alternative Text

    Alternative text is a text equivalent of an image’s purpose. Also referred to as alt text. Most text editors, including Microsoft Office products, have a way to add alt text. Questions to ask when writing alternative text: What is the … Continued

  • Accessibility in Adobe Acrobat

    Acrobat Pro and DC have accessibility features to help fix your PDF documents. The resource below gives an overview of the accessibility features in Acrobat. How to use accessibility features in Adobe Acrobat

  • PDF Requirements

    The resource below goes over the PDF accessibility requirements. Section 508’s accessibility requirements for PDFs