Creating Accessible Documents


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Making accessible documents ensures that they are usable by the widest range of users, but also ensures your document is easier to edit and navigate. If you plan, format, and structure your document correctly in the beginning, it will ensure the file is not only accessible but can also be converted into a variety of different alternate formats (e.g. PDF or braille) while retaining its accessibility features.

This session will guide you through how to add accessible features to your Word documents, the challenges and best practices of PDF conversion.

Audience: Staff, Faculty, Senior Admin - Grades 10 and above,and Students.

Length: 1 hour


Note: Ensure you have 60–minutes of uninterrupted time to complete this module. The module will eventually time–out due to inactivity. Refreshing the page after time–out will cause progress in the module to be lost and you will need to complete the module again.


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