Unlock your content for everyone. Many Microsoft 365 apps include an Accessibility Checker that finds accessibility problems and lists suggestions, or you can find specific tips for making your content accessible to all for the products and platforms listed below.

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Learn about the Accessibility Checker

Find out how you can make your content accessible with the Accessibility Checker.

The Accessibility Checker is available in the following apps and platforms that include Windows, Mac, Online, and more:

Windows

Mac

iOS

Android

Windows 10 app

Web

Outlook

Y

Y

N

N

N

Y

Word

Y

Y

N

N

N

Y

Excel

Y

Y

N

N

N

Y

PowerPoint

Y

Y

N

N

N

Y

OneNote

Y

Y

N

N

Y

Y

Sway

N

N

N

N

N

Y

Visio

Y

n/a

N

n/a

N

Y

Learn about making your content accessible in each of our apps

Explore the best practices and tips on how to easily make your emails, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and other content accessible to everyone.

Make Outlook content accessible

Outlook for Windows

Outlook for Mac

Outlook for iOS

Outlook for Android

Outlook on the web

Make Word content accessible

Word for Windows

Word for Mac

Word for iOS

Word for Android

Word for the web

Make Excel content accessible

Excel for Windows

Excel for Mac

Excel for iOS

Excel for Android

Excel for the web

Make PowerPoint content accessible

PowerPoint for Windows

PowerPoint for Mac

PowerPoint for iOS

PowerPoint for Android

PowerPoint for the web

Make OneNote content accessible

OneNote for Windows

OneNote for Mac

OneNote for iOS

OneNote for Android

OneNote for Windows 10 app

OneNote for the web

Make Sway content accessible

Sway for Windows

Sway for the web

Make SharePoint content accessible

SharePoint Online

SharePoint Modern Experience

Visio accessibility help

Visio for Windows

Make Microsoft Teams content accessible

Microsoft Teams for Windows

Microsoft Teams on Mac

Microsoft Teams for iOS

Microsoft Teams for Android

Microsoft Teams on the web

Learn about alternative text

Learn how to write alternative texts for images and other objects in your documents, emails, spreadsheets, and presentations. Alternative text is a short, concise description of an object and its purpose that screen readers can read for people who cannot see.

Everything you need to know to write effective Alt text

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