Microsoft Word provides many built-in features that help make documents accessible. Below are a few important steps to start making your Word documents accessible.
Use heading and paragraph styles to structure your documents.
Add clear, concise descriptions to photos, charts, and graphics.
In the advanced document properties, enter title, subject, and author.
Your link should contain meaningful text that reflects the link destination or subject, rather than simply saying “click here.”
Find these tips and more when you download the Accessibility Quick Card for Word Documents or download the complete set for more important tips.
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