Office accessibility

The accessibility features in Office can benefit everyone. When you get to know these features, you’ll realize that not only can they make your work easier to complete, they can make the results easier for everyone to use.

Finding information about accessibility features in Office programs is easy: just search Help (press F1 or use the question mark icon) to find keyboard shortcuts and other specific accessibility features, such as the Accessibility Checker. Or use the links in this article to get the rundown by version.

Accessibility info by version

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Office 365

Office Online

Office 2013

Office 2010

Office 2007

Microsoft Accessibility

Microsoft Accessbility Website

For the all-up Microsoft efforts to create accessible software, to get info on assistive technology products for Windows, or a guide for age-related impairments, please go to the Microsoft Accessibility website.

Customer service for people with disabilities

Microsoft wants to provide the best possible experience for all our customers. If you need help, contact our Disability Answer Desk.

The Disability Answer Desk support team is worldwide. To get help, contact the Disability Answer Desk. The accessibility support team is trained to help people with disabilities via telephone or chat in the United States, United Kingdom, South Africa, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. Telephone support is also available in Hong King, the Phillipines, Singapore, Malaysia, and India.

Direct Telephone (including TTY support): (800) 936-5900

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