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Screen reader support for OneNote

This article is for people with visual or cognitive impairments who use a screen reader program such as Microsoft’s Narrator, JAWS, or NVDA with Microsoft 365 products. This article is part of the Microsoft 365 screen reader support content set where you can find more accessibility information on our apps. For general help, visit Microsoft Support home.

On this page you can find links to accessibility help articles that are written for people who use screen readers with Microsoft OneNote. To find information on how to create OneNote notebooks that are accessible to people with disabilities, see Make your OneNote notebooks accessible to people with disabilities.

OneNote is a note-taking app that is available with Microsoft 365 and as a free stand-alone app.

Note: For the best accessibility experience on Windows, please use the OneNote for Windows 10 app.

Get started using accessible features in OneNote

Work with pages and notebooks

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See also

Make your OneNote notebooks accessible to people with disabilities

Learning Tools for OneNote

OneNote help & learning

On this page you can find links to accessibility help articles that are written for people who use screen readers with Microsoft OneNote. To find information on how to create OneNote notebooks that are accessible to people with disabilities, see Make your OneNote notebooks accessible to people with disabilities.

Get started using accessible features in OneNote

Work with pages and notebooks

See also

Make your OneNote notebooks accessible to people with disabilities

Learning Tools for OneNote

OneNote help & learning

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