Make Accessibility Checking As Ubiquitous As Spell Checking
Kudos for Moving your Accessibility Checker into the Review Ribbon it's a step forward.
How about having accessibility on by default like you have spelling and grammar checking.
Failing that can you make it available as an option to add to the Quck Access toolbar so that it is persistent. Out of sight is out of mind so I would suggest this small change to keep accessibility at the top of people's minds.
Thank you very much for your suggestion. as you may know, we are working diligently to offer more accessibility functionality to our products.
What version of Word are you using? Is it Office 365, or 2016, or another version? Please let us know so we can forward your suggestions to the appropriate product team, so we may expedite your issue.
The Microsoft Disability Answer Desk team.
That is indeed an interesting idea. I'll go ahead and send this on to one of our project managers who is in charge of Office 2016 and Office 365. In adddition, we'll keep you upt to date on this forum as to any implimentation plans.
The Microsoft Disability Answer Desk Team.
Thank you very much for that information. At this point we would highly recomend upgrading to Office 365 or Office 206 as Office 2007 is nolonger in the support cycle by Microsoft. With Office 365 and Office 2016, we've been developing these versions with greater ease of access in mind. Thus it would likely solve the issues you're having with Office 2007.
If we can be of further assistance, please reach out to us.
The Microsoft Disability Answer desk team.
That's a great idea.