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Accessible PowerPoint documents will:
When writing your presentation:
The way slides look is also very important to their accessibility:
To do this:
PowerPoint presentations tend to be highly visual, and people who are blind or have low vision can understand them more easily if you create your slides with accessibility in mind.
Before releasing materials, you should run the Accessibility Checker to ensure your Microsoft Office content is easy for people of all abilities to read and edit.
The Accessibility Checker can be accessed from the top bar in PowerPoint by going to Review > Accessibility Checker. You will then need to select Check Accessibility from the drop-down menu.
This will open the Accessibility Checker window on the right-hand side of your document.
This will give a list errors, warning and tips with how-to-fix recommendations for each. You can also tick a box that will keep the checker running as you work.
From this list, you can select an issue using the drop-down arrow and this will list the recommended fixes and will let you make the changes directly from the list.
Once you have fixed all of the issues flagged by the Accessibility Checker, your document is ready to share.
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