Creating Accessible Word Documents

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Creating Accessible Word Documents

Learn to use the accessibility features in Word to quickly create documents that will be usable for the majority of your students.
Course Length:
2 hours
Delivery Mode:
Online (Synchronous)
Instruction:
Facilitated
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Fee with Membership:
$100.00
Fee:
$125.00

The “Creating Accessible Word Documents” workshop prepares participants to create accessible documents using Microsoft Word. Microsoft Word is one of the most widely used word processing applications. Instructors use Microsoft Word to share documents with their learners but may not be aware of the accessibility issues learners with disabilities may be confronted with. Learn how to use the accessibility features in Word to quickly create documents that will be usable for the majority of your students. 

Learning Objectives
  • Apply Styles to format Word documents.
  • Apply alternative text and captions to images, tables, charts and graphs.
  • Format tables & hyperlinks to meet accessibility guidelines.
  • Use the Accessibility Checker In Microsoft Word 2010 or higher to find and repair accessibility errors.
Prerequisites

None

What Participants Need
  • Headset
  • 2 hours of focused time