The editorial process usually begins with a Microsoft Word. This common authoring tool allows to produce well-structured and accessible publications that can be read in many different ways. Over the years the number of built-in features to support and encourage accessibility has grown significantly, thus fostering usability for all readers.
This webinar aims to show all the steps to produce (and check) accessible Word documents
Who is this course for
This course applies to anyone in the publishing house directly involved in content creation.
- Hierarchy of named headings, parts, chapters, sections and subsections;
- Tables and charts management;
- Use of colours and contrasts;
- Summary and links;
- PDF export options.
Number of participants
Limited to a maximum of 25 persons due the practical setting to ensure proper engagement.
Participants will need:
- A laptop or desktop computer
- Good internet connection
The slides of the course
Online – on the Zoom platform
4 hours delivered in 1 session