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Microsoft Outlook introduces an assistive ribbon to make it easier for people with disabilities to read your email

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Microsoft Outlook introduces an assistive ribbon to make it easier for people with disabilities to read your email

In order to make it easier for people with disabilities to read emails, Microsoft announced the introduction of the Accessibility ribbon for the Outlook application in a press release released today.


Source: Microsoft

The accessibility area integrates all accessibility functions, checks the created Outlook emails through review, color, style, format, etc., and improves the reading experience of people with disabilities.

The attached steps are as follows:

  1. Click Messages > Check Accessibility.
  1. Type “Accessibility” into the search bar and select “Accessibility Checker” under Best Action
  1. Introduce ways such as color contrast in the email body to trigger the Accessibility Checker MailTip.

This feature is rolling out to Office Insiders running Beta Channel Version 2304 (Build 16321.20000) or later.

The Accessibility Checker is a tool for reviewing content and flagging accessibility issues encountered. It explains why each problem may be an underlying problem for a person with a disability. The Accessibility Checker also suggests how to fix problems that arise.