Accessibility in Office Web Apps
Microsoft Office Web Apps allow you to access and modify files online from your web browser. Office Web Apps offer a variety of accessibility features. Office Web Apps offer screen reader support, keyboard accessibility and high contrast modes.
Support for assistive technology products. The Word Web App and PowerPoint Web App are accessible to screen readers thanks to their display modes. Use assistive technologies such as a screen reader, speech recognition software or speech recognition software to make Office Web Apps more accessible. Office Web Apps support WAI-ARIA.
assistive technologies (WAI-ARIA stands for Web Accessibility Initiative-AccessibleRich Internet Applications).
Use the same keyboard shortcuts that you use in Office desktop applications to access Office Web Apps.
To improve accessibility of Office, you can use accessibility features in your web browser
Web Apps. Office Web Apps can be accessed through a web browser. You can also use accessibility features of your web browser to make Office Web Apps more accessible and understandable.
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