Office 365

Here’s some accessibility information for Office 365 and Office 2013.

Keyboard shortcuts

Access

Excel

Excel: Power Pivot add-in

Excel: Power View

InfoPath

Lync

OneNote (desktop application)

OneNote: Touch gestures and keyboard shortcuts

Outlook

Outlook: Business Contact Manager

PowerPoint: While creating a presentation

PowerPoint: While delivering a presentation

PowerPoint: Create superscript or subscript text or numbers using keyboard shortcuts

Project

Publisher

SmartArt graphics

Visio

Word

Word: Customize keyboard shortcuts

Work with the ribbon

Work with shapes, text boxes, and WordArt

General accessibility features in Office

Office 365 accessibility

Office accessibility features

Product-specific accessibility features

Use Windows to make your Office experience accessible

Exchange accessibility

Lync accessibility

OneNote accessibility features

Project accessibility

SharePoint products accessibility features

Word accessibility features

Change the size or formatting of text in Outlook

Increase the display size in the Reading Pane in Outlook

Tips for creating accessible documents

Overview: Creating accessible Office files

Ten tips for accessible documents

Creating accessible Excel workbooks

Creating accessible PowerPoint presentations

Creating accessible Word documents

Check for accessibility issues

Rules used by the Accessibility Checker

Create accessible PDFs

Guidance for specific disabilities

Learning and OneNote

Using the Speak text-to-speech feature

Use Windows 8 Narrator with Office 2013

Assistive Technology Approaches for Improved PC Access

Corrective lenses for the colorblind

How to work with the visually impaired

Tips and tricks for folks with Multiple Sclerosis

 
 
Applies to:
Office 2013