Office Accessibility Center - Resources for people with disabilities

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Office is committed to inclusive design and accessible products and content. We are constantly working to offer more to boost every user's productivity. On this page, find resources for people with disabilities and find out how to make your content accessible for all.

Create an inclusive workplace with Microsoft Teams

Ensure that everyone can participate in meetings no matter where they are. Use Teams to communicate effectively, regardless of language, cognitive needs, or visual capabilities.

Get started with accessibility features in Office

For general Office help, see the Office help home page.

Vision: Use a screen reader and keyboard shortcuts with Office.

Get accessibility help

Focus: Learning Tools can improve comprehension.

Learning Tools

Accessible content: Unlock your content for everyone.

Make your content accessible to everyone with the Accessibility Checker

Training: Create accessible documents and use Office.

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Be the first: Office Insiders get accessibility improvements first.

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Example of a PowerPoint template that has been updated to be accessible.

Templates: Get templates designed for accessibility.

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