Office is committed to inclusive design and accessible products and content. On this page, find resources for people with disabilities and find out how to make your content accessible for all. We are constantly working to offer more to boost every user's productivity. Be the first to get these improvements - join the Office Insider program.
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Unlock your content for everyone. Many Office 365 apps include an Accessibility Checker that finds accessibility problems and lists suggestions, or you can find specific tips for making your content accessible to all for these products:
More ways to make content accessible:
Keyboard shortcuts and screen readers make Office apps accessible to users with low or no vision. Set up your device to work with accessibility in Office 365 or get help with your product:
Make audio content accessible to all by adding closed captioning, subtitles, or descriptions for videos and providing transcription services for Skype meetings.
Other tools and features help people with other disabilities or learning challenges: