Unlock Inclusivity: Introducing the Microsoft 365 Accessibility Assistant!

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Microsoft 365 now offers an Accessibility Assistant to help users create more inclusive content. This tool provides automated checks to identify potential accessibility issues and provides guidance on how to fix them. It also includes a library of resources to help users learn more about accessibility.

Accessibility Assistant

Microsoft 365 has released a new Accessibility Assistant to help users create more inclusive content. This tool will help users identify potential accessibility issues in their documents, presentations, and spreadsheets.

What’s New?

The Accessibility Assistant is a new feature in Microsoft 365 that will help users create more accessible content. It will scan documents, presentations, and spreadsheets for potential accessibility issues and suggest ways to fix them.

How it works

The Accessibility Assistant will scan documents and presentations for potential accessibility issues. It will then suggest ways to fix these issues, such as adding alternative text to images or using a more readable font. The Accessibility Assistant will also provide guidance on how to make documents more accessible for people disabilities.

“We are committed to making Microsoft 365 the most accessible and inclusive for everyone. The new Accessibility Assistant is a key part of that commitment.” – Jared Spataro, Corporate Vice President for Microsoft 365
The Accessibility Assistant is a new feature in Microsoft 365 that will help users create more accessible content. It will scan documents, presentations, and spreadsheets for potential accessibility issues and suggest ways to fix them. This tool will help users create content that is more inclusive and accessible for people with disabilities. As Jared Spataro, Corporate Vice President for Microsoft 365, said, “We are committed to making Microsoft 365 the most accessible and inclusive platform for everyone. The new Accessibility Assistant is a key part of that commitment.”

Key points from the article:

  • Automated checks to identify potential accessibility issues
  • Guidance on how to fix them
  • Library of resources to help users learn more about accessibility
  • Accessibility, Automated Checks, Resources

    From the Microsoft 365 Blog



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