Most everyone has had the experience of groping around in a dark room trying to find the light-switch. People who use Assistive Technology (AT) to read our documents have that same experience if we don’t use the tools at our disposal to create a clear structure. Just like you might use a Table of Contents, an Index, or simple Page Numbers to find information, people using AT depend on your document structure to find the information they need.
- Heading Hierarchy Isn’t What You Think It is
- The Rules of Document Structure
- Intro to Heading Styles
- Everything Else is a Paragraph?
- Using Outline View to Assign Heading Styles in Word
- Inline Heading Styles and the Style Separator in Word
- Document Structure in Excel
- Document Structure in PowerPoint
- Adding Heading Tags in Acrobat
- Document Information in Acrobat
Class Length: 1 hour. Can include up to 50 attendees in one session.