Wednesday, November 07, 2012
How to Create Accessible Documents using Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Thursday, December 6, 2012
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Trainer: Matt Polkowsky, Web Content Coordinator, Bureau of Air Quality, S.C. DHEC, with input from assistive technology users.
Sponsored by the SC Assistive Technology Advisory Committee, the SC Assistive Technology Program and the SC Commission for the Blind.
Register early! Space is limited.
Register online at http://www.sc.edu/scatp/trainingschedule.html
This two-hour Webinar will review the basics of creating accessible documents using Microsoft Office programs Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. We'll explore accessibility issues common to each of these programs, as well as unique situations for each one. You'll be able to follow the creation of these documents and participate on your own computer, performing the tasks while listening to the instructor. Sample documents will be emailed to you when you confirm your registration.
This information is useful for anyone who uses Word, Excel or PowerPoint, not just Information Technology professionals. It is useful for both PC and Mac users.
We encourage everyone (e.g., people in higher education settings) to host the Webinar in a computer lab, to enable more people to use individual computers in a group setting.
A conference call number will be provided to registrants who want to be part of the half-hour discussion after the presentation (11:30 to noon).
We will cover:
· Images and Alternative Text
· Hyperlinks, Lists
· Tables and Charts
· Layout using Styles and Formatting
· Slide Layouts
· Use of Outline and Notes Panels
Required Software: Word, Excel and PowerPoint in
· Office 2002-2003 or
· Office 2007 or
· Office 2010
· or the trial versions of the above
To read more, please click on the above title.
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