On the last DigiKnow post of the week for the MS Word Accessibility series, we look at the Accessibility Checker in MS Word.

The good news is MS Word has an Accessibility Checker. The bad news is it might need to be added to the Toolbar.

Today we decided on a video format to demonstrate how to add in an Accessibility Checker and how to use the Accessibility Checker.

Note: This video has subtitles.

Below, you will find an example document with accessibility issues intact. Follow the video to help remove these issues and improve the accessibility of the document.

This week, we have covered many MS Word Accessibility issues, including:

Next week, DigiKnow investigates MS PowerPoint’s accessibility and best practices for a range of audience members. More will be revealed and we look forward to you joining us on Monday.


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