How to Create Accessible Microsoft Word Documents

We know accessibility is important, and that your documents need to be accessible to all users, but where do you begin? What tools should you use? Creating accessible documents may seem overwhelming, but fortunately there are small changes you can make in an effort to make your materials more accessible. This tutorial will provide guidance on how to: (1) Use the accessibility checker; (2) Use built-in features; (3) Provide alt-text; (4) Use descriptive links; (5) Check for color; and (6) Use accessible fonts and styles.
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