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Chapter 5. Customizing Word and Enhancin... > Incorporating Additional Accessibili...

Incorporating Additional Accessibility Features

The accessibility features in Word were created and developed over time to help make the program usable for a wide variety of users—including those with visual impairments, limited dexterity, and other physical challenges that make using a word processing program difficult. A number of the features in this chapter—such as the ability to enlarge command buttons, and the addition of keyboard shortcuts—can make the program easier to use. This section rounds out our customizing discussion by providing suggestions for ways you can make your documents more accessible to a wide variety of users.

Changing Text Color for Easier Reading

The color of your text and the color of the background on which it’s displayed both play a large role in the readability of your document. You can change the color of your text easily by following these steps:


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