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Microsoft 365 Accessibility Tools

Microsoft 365 is an inclusive workplace and learning solution which is why we are committed to developing the effective use of Microsoft 365 across the college group.


There is no limit to what people can achieve when technology reflects the diversity of all who use it. Discover how people at home, school, and work can achieve more with the built-in accessibility tools and features in Microsoft technologies.






Vision

Create a workplace where everyone can be productive. Use the Accessibility Checker in apps like PowerPoint, Word, and Outlook to ensure content is easy for people with disabilities to read and edit.


Hearing

Ensure everyone can participate in meetings, whether they’re in the conference room or calling in. Make your Microsoft Teams meetings more inclusive for people who are deaf or hard of hearing with live captions and transcripts.


Learning

Hear documents, posts and even chat messages read aloud with Immersive Reader, and see the text highlighted simultaneously. Plus, easily change font and page color to make the text easier to read.


Neurodiversity

Use flexible controls like raise hand, background noise suppression, and focus mode to help everyone create the work environment that works for them.


Mobility

Use your voice to engage with your devices and stay productive. Schedule meetings with Cortana, our voice-activated assistant, and write documents and emails with Dictate.


Mental health

Help employees adapt to the new realities of remote and hybrid work, recharge, and build stronger team connections with wellbeing and productivity insights in Microsoft Teams.



Learn more: https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/accessibility/features

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