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NCDAE Tips and Tools: Microsoft PowerPoint

This document is intended as a discussion of accessibility and Microsoft PowerPoint. "This webpage discusses ways in which users have increased accessibility through the use of tools or workarounds that enhance PowerPoint accessibility to individuals with disabilities." Tables are provided which discuss specific accessibility challenges and their solutions. Methods and tools for converting PowerPoint slides to HTML are also provided.

National Center on Disability and Access to Education

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