Accessibility support for Word

Accessibility support for Word

Read out loud symbol with the label Screen reader content. This topic is about using a screen reader with Office

This article is for people who use a screen reader program with the Office products and is part of the Office Accessibility content set. For more general help, see Office Support home.

On this page you can find links to accessibility help articles that are written for people who use screen readers with Microsoft Word. To find information on how to create Word documents that are accessible to people with disabilities, see Make your Word documents accessible.

Get started using accessibility features in Word

Work with text, lists, and headings

Share and co-author

Work with links, headers, footers, and references

Work with tables, charts, and images

Work with templates, text formatting, and layout

See also

Make your Word documents accessible

Learning Tools in Word

Video: Check the accessibility of your document

Using the Save as Daisy add-in for Word

On this page you can find links to accessibility help articles that are written for people who use screen readers with Microsoft Word. To find information on how to create Word documents that are accessible to people with disabilities, see Make your Word documents accessible.

Get started using accessibility features in Word

Work with text, lists, and headings

Share and co-author

Work with links, headers, and footers

Work with tables and images

Work with text formatting and layout

See also

Make your Word documents accessible

Use the Accessibility Checker on your Mac to find and resolve accessibility issues

On this page you can find links to accessibility help articles that are written for people who use screen readers with Microsoft Word. To find information on how to create Word documents that are accessible to people with disabilities, see Make your Word documents accessible.

Get started using accessibility features in Word

Work with text

Share documents

See also

Make your Word documents accessible

On this page you can find links to accessibility help articles that are written for people who use screen readers with Microsoft Word. To find information on how to create Word documents that are accessible to people with disabilities, see Make your Word documents accessible.

Get started using accessibility features in Word

Work with text

Share documents

See also

Make your Word documents accessible

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