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Microsoft® Excel® 2010 Inside Out by Mark Dodge and Craig Stinson

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Enhancing Accessibility

Excel 2010 and all other Microsoft Office 2010 programs support the Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA) specification. This makes various accessibility aids more effective, including screen readers and screen enlargers. For more information, visit the Microsoft Accessibility Web site at www.microsoft.com/enable/.

The following is a list of built-in features that, either by design or by default, enhance the accessibility of Excel:

  • The Accessibility Checker New in Excel 2010 is the most visible accessibility feature yet. It appears on the Info screen in Backstage view, and Microsoft calls it the Accessibility Checker. Click the File tab, Info, click the Check For Issues button, and then click Check Accessibility to display ...

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