Welcome to the Accessibility Advocate

Let's talk about accessibility.

Office.com’s accessibility survival guide

Just as disability takes many forms, so too does assistive technology. That's why the Accessibility Advocate explores living with disability, its challenges as well as strides gained.

We cover a range of disability, overt and hidden, chronic and temporary, including:

  • visual

  • auditory

  • physical

  • speech

  • cognitive

  • neurological

  • developmental

A variety of voices and perspectives contribute to this conversation, from the people who depend on assistive technology to the people who create it and beyond.

Mission

The Accessibility Advocate's mission is straightforward: to shine a light on the people and tools that make work and life easier for people living with disability. We'll talk about what's new in assistive technology, and what's on the horizon. Here you'll find out about everything from the latest advancements in screen-reading technology to the new thinking about ADHD.

Top of Page

Browse the Accessibility Advocate

Accessibility and the Ribbon

ADHD and me

Corrective lenses for the colorblind

Crutches

DAISY and Microsoft Word

Get organized with Outlook

Helpful feature for JAWS in the Word spelling checker

How to work with the visually impaired

Learning and OneNote

Making sense of HTML messages in Outlook 2007

Options for the deaf and hard-of-hearing

Preventing pile-ups with Outlook

Ten tips for accessible documents

The Inclusive Innovation Showroom

Tips and tricks for folks with Multiple Sclerosis

Top of Page

Applies To: Office 365 End User



Was this information helpful?

Yes No

How can we improve it?

255 characters remaining

To protect your privacy, please do not include contact information in your feedback. Review our privacy policy.

Thank you for your feedback!

Support resources

Change language