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In Outlook, the Accessibility Checker runs automatically when composing an email, and a MailTip will provide a convenient nudge to correct accessibility issues before sending your email.
Select File > Options > Ease of Access and select if you want to see accessibility notifications through a MailTip while you work, in certain scenarios, or only when you manually open the Accessibility Checker pane.
The default option is to show accessibility notifications in certain scenarios, and if any accessibility issues are detected, a MailTip appears to guide you to review suggestions and fix the issue.
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