Beginning with the simple explanation of what accessibility means and why it is important, attendees learn to build accessible documents using Microsoft Office 365 and Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. Common stumbling blocks like alt text, repetitive blank characters and document structure will be addressed, and simple PDF documents will be …Read the full article
Our second PowerPoint class starts with using images in your slideshow and includes professional graphic design techniques to be certain your images support your presentation, not distract from it. In addition to photographs and clipart, this course covers animations and transitions as well as sound and video. All of the …Read the full article
You can tell if a presenter has strong PowerPoint training. Their slideshow will capture your attention, support their information, and add value to your time spent during the presentation. This class is great for beginners as well as old hands who want to brush up on the basics of creating …Read the full article
Primarily a presentation meant to explain what accessibility is, what the rules are, and how the parts play together. Useful for newcomers and managers who need to understand what their staff are up against when making documents accessible. Accessibility in a Nutshell Who is Accessibility For? Accessibility Checkers File Formats …Read the full article
You cannot communicate a message if your audience is asleep. Learn how to put the WOW into your presentations with animations, transitions, and command buttons. If you’ve already discovered entrance effects, you’ll learn that there is so much more, as you guide your audience’s attention around a slide and through …Read the full article
We all judge ourselves against our peers, and there’s nothing worse than having to follow a polished presentation when you’re not certain about your own skills. These ten steps will help you stand out from the crowd and become the presenter that everyone else looks up to. Avoiding Death by …Read the full article
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 …Read the full article
Get to know how people with disabilities access your documents and learn about the barriers we unconsciously put in their way. This introductory session will explain a lot of the concepts you’ll hear talked about and help you be certain your information is accurately conveyed to all readers.