Make your Visio diagrams accessible to everyone
The accessibility of your Visio diagrams should never be an afterthought. It’s an everyday necessity for all types of visual data users, such as project managers and business analysts, who experience vision loss, as well as other impairments.
While Microsoft Visio offers a great range of accessibility features, it can’t always provide a seamless experience. Fortunately, with the right customisations, you can change this.
In this free guide, we’ll show you how to
- How to follow best practice guidelines for Visio accessibility
- How to ensure the best contrast between text and background colours
- How to manipulate the navigation order and automate the narrated alt-title and description
We’ll walk you through each of these steps (and a few others) to help you unlock the full accessibility of Microsoft Visio in the desktop and online.
Download your guide now to ensure everyone in your team gets the most from their Visio experience.
I was pleased to present two sessions at London ExCel last week about Visio. Attendance was good, maybe too good because some could not get close enough to hear. There was a lot of background noise, and my presentations were too long for the 15 minutes slot, but content was eagerly received. I told everyone…
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