Accessibility Practices in Adobe Acrobat Pro

Adobe Acrobat Pro lets you create documents in Portable Document Format (PDF) from a variety of sources. Acrobat PDFs are easy to distribute, and remain faithful to the design and layout of the original.

Here are a few tips and tricks to help you provide more accessible PDF documents for your students and others.

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Accessibility Practices in Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word is one of the most popular applications in the world, widely used to create worksheets, articles, syllabi, and other documents.

Here are a few tips and tricks to help you provide more accessible Microsoft Word documents for your students and others.

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Accessibility Practices in Microsoft PowerPoint

Microsoft PowerPoint is one of the most popular presentation tools in use today. PowerPoint lets you create engaging presentations and interactive materials for print, digital sharing, and in-person presentation.

Here are a few tips and tricks to help you provide Microsoft PowerPoint presentations that are usable and accessible to any audience.

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Website Accessibility Testing

The World Wide Web and related technologies have changed the way people learn, communicate, and engage with the world around them. To ensure that the web benefits all people, it is important to maintain websites that are usable and accessible to all.

Here are a few tips and tricks to help you to test your site’s accessibility, so that you can create and maintain more accessible websites for your students and others.

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