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- Check for accessibility issues - PowerPoint - Office.com
See how to use the Accessibility Checker to check for issues that might make it difficult for people with disabilities to read or use your Office file.
- Rules used by the Accessibility Checker - PowerPoint - Office.com
To make sure that everyone can read your file, run the Accessibility Checker. It flags issues and provides instructions for fixing them. The Accessibility Checker flags three
- Video: Check accessibility of a PowerPoint 2010 presentation - Office.com
If you are sharing your presentation with others, it’s a good idea to ensure it’s accessible to people who may have difficulties with vision, hearing or other challenges. The
- Sharing accessible presentations - PowerPoint - Office.com
PowerPoint MVP, Glenna Shaw, shows how you can increase the accessibility of your presentation by making it available in multiple formats.
- Add alternative text to a shape, picture, chart, table, SmartArt graphic, or other object -
Create alternative that appears when the pointer is moved over a picture, chart, or SmartArt graphic in most browsers or used by accessibility screen readers.