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Edit support pages for good accessibility behaviour

Hello,

having searched & read to page 5 I can't see this comment. I hope it's not pedantic?

I am heartened to see a more cohesive and fuller set of accessibility support pages by MSoft (Sept. 2017) however,,,

Descriptive links are not used on this 2016 page but should be (example: "here" used multiple times):

https://blogs.office.com/en-us/2016/10/19/accessibility-in-the-classroom-tools-that-impact-my-students/

This is concept explained on a separate page:

https://support.office.com/en-gb/article/Get-accessible-templates-for-Office-ca086caa-2bd2-4ac8-8c12-4cd495bd4d76?ui=en-US&rs=en-GB&ad=GB

"Hyperlink information: Mostly, users don’t find clear and accurate information about the hyperlinks inserted in a document, spreadsheet or presentation. The accessible templates include appropriate description about the hyperlinks. For example, click here hyperlink is not helpful to a user who cannot see the link. Consequently, we use full title of the destination page, e.g. Visit Microsoft OneNote - Official Site, which comes with screen tips."

Besides the soft/hardware improvement MSoft is making I'd suggest quality accessibility support & all other MSoft self publications should be to the highest standard you are trying to achieve.

Do you quality assure your work, a good process to embed?

Rgds,

Chris.

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