- On the Tools menu, click Accessibility.
- Specify the pages you want to check for accessibility issues.
Open the page or site you want to check and then do one of the following:
- To specify all pages in a Web site, under Check where, click All pages.
- To specify only the pages you have open, under Check where, click Open page(s).
- To specify pages from the Folder List, select the pages you want , and then under Check where, click Selected pages.
If the Folder List is not available, click the arrow next to Toggle Pane, and then click Folder List.
- To specify the active page, under Check where, click Current page.
- Specify the accessibility guidelines you want to check for conflicts.
- Specify the types of items you want to include in the accessibility report.
Do one or more of the following:
- To include items that are considered errors, select the Errors check box.
- To include items that may need to be adjusted, select the Warnings check box.
- To add check boxes to the report to create a checklist you can use while addressing the issues in the accessibility checker report, select the Manual checklist check box.
- Click Check.
The check may take some time to complete, depending on the number of options you selected.
- To move up or down in the list of issues, click Previous or Next.
The status bar of the dialog box displays the number of problems and the number of pages checked.
- To create a Web page that contains the results of the accessibility check, click Generate HTML Report.
The page opens in Design view. You can print the report or save it as a Web page.