Microsoft has been hard at work in implementing accessibility features across their entire product line. Below you will find useful links pointing to the accessibility help pages found on Microsoft's web sites.
Corporate Accessibility Services
Microsoft provides rich tools and services for end-users, students, system administrators and so many other groups. Below you will find the most common resources that Microsoft provides across their organization.
- Microsoft Accessibility at Microsoft
- Microsoft Disability Answer Desk for individuals
- enterprise Disability Answer Desk
- Microsoft Accessibility Forum
Microsoft Office Accessibility
Microsoft has been hard at work on Office 365 applications to ensure that everyone is empowered to consume, create and collaborate on all of the content produced inside of Office efficiently and confidently. Whether you are a student working on that Microsoft Word document using a screen reader or if you are a faculty member working on content for your course Microsoft is striving to ensure that the accessibility experience is enriching for everyone. It is strongly advised that you install Microsoft Office 365 2016. This will allow you to have access to the monthly updates that Microsoft is making in the areas of accessibility.
Office Accessibility Resources
- Office Accessibility Center
- An Inclusive Office 365
- Accessibility in Office 2016 for Mac
- Learning Tools for OneNote
- Accessibility in Office Lens for iPhone
Authoring Accessible Documents and Emails in Office 365 2016
- Make your Outlook email accessible
- Make your Word documents accessible
- Create accessible PDFs with Office 2016
- Make your PowerPoint presentations accessible
- What's PowerPoint Designer?
- Make your templates more accessible
- Add alternative text to a shape, picture, chart, table, SmartArt graphic, or other object
- Check for accessibility issues
- Use the Accessibility Checker on your Windows desktop to find accessibility issues
- Rules used by the Accessibility Checker