Content that is optimized for consumers with disabilities and for assistive devices such as electronic readers.
A ready-made button that you can insert into a presentation and use to define hyperlinks.
A utility that adds specialized functionality to a program but that does not operate as an independent program.
A diamond-shaped handle used to adjust the appearance but not the size of most shapes. For example, you can adjust a rounded rectangle to be more or less rounded.
In PowerPoint, an effect that you can apply to text or an object to produce an illusion of movement.
Individual items of character formatting, such as style or color, that determine how text ...