Video Training: Accessibility in your day-to-day life
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Digital accessibility aims to make content, functionality or a document available to any person, including a person with a disability. The significant volume of document circulation in companies is not always adapted, even though it sometimes takes only a few minutes to make it accessible to all.
What are the design rules and the best practices to follow? How to improve your writing in other languages? What tools to improve quality and accessibility?
In addition to making a document accessible, in this course you will learn about Office 365’s new features and many possibilities.
All our training, especially on accessibility uses, is carried out by our expert trainers.
Prerequisite and Target Audience
Target audience: Users who are familiar with the features of Microsoft 365 apps and want to improve the design of their documents in terms of accessibility
Startup Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Prerequisite: Master independently the intermediate uses of computer navigation and the uses of your computer. Having a basic interest or knowledge on accessibility issues is a plus
Means and Methods
Means and Methods
- E-Learning Modules: A video series to help you achieve the defined educational objective.
16 Video Tutorials on Accessibility broken down into 5 lessons
- Interview Philippe Trotin
- What is accessibility?
- Use accessible templates in Office 365
- How do I get help with accessibility?
- Making a document readable for a blind person
- Accessibility in Excel
- Check Accessibility in Excel
- Improving email accessibility
- Improve the accessibility of your images in emails
- Add accessible tables and lists
- Make your Outlook signature accessible
- Accessibility in Word
- Check Accessibility in Word
- Focus on priorities with the Immersive Reader
- Accessibility in PowerPoint
- Check Accessibility in PowerPoint
Learn more about Accessibility
Nowadays, making your work environment accessible to all is an important subject, which must be at the heart of our questions. However, it is not always easy to know where to start or how to find the resources and information needed to make a transformation in our work practices. When it comes to accessibility compliance of your documents, you can in any case rely on your Microsoft 365 applications and tools to help you evolve in this direction!
The office applications that you know and use on a daily basis, such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel have built-in tools allowing you to check and optimize the accessibility of your documents. The "Check Accessibility" option allows you to review your entire document, including images, and lets you check a number of points that make your file more accessible. Colors, font size, background, alternative text of images and illustrations, ... Your entire document has been scrutinized. You also get tips and advice to improve and modify it so that everyone can easily consult its content. You can also enable this option as soon as you start writing a document. The tool analyzes your document and the elements that compose it as you design it, so you immediately start with a good foundation in terms of accessibility!
Microsoft 365 is also developing its voice assistance tools: your office applications read your documents and emails aloud, and also allow you to dictate your content to be transcribed verbatim.
Making your content more accessible also means pushing back language barriers! Your Microsoft 365 applications now have a Microsoft Translator integration: Choose part of your document to translate or translate your entire document in a few clicks! And for your presentations, Microsoft PowerPoint allows you to activate an automatic subtitling tool, which translates your speech in real time, for employees who speak a language other than your own.