Why is the Style Gallery missing from Word in Office 365 for the web? This greatly REDUCES the possibility of creating accessible documents.
Heading styles are key to accessible documents and are used to provide a navigable structure used by screenreaders and to create TOCs, Bookmarks when exported to Pdf, etc. However the style gallery is missing so documents will be created without heading styles and thus will be inaccessible. You can only apply heading styles if have prior knowledge of them and know the shortcuts. Schoolkids learning to use Word will be learning to create inaccessible documents. This is a massive step BACKWARDS for inclusion and accessibility. Also makes teaching staff/students to create accessible documents significantly more difficult. It makes the MIcrosoft mission statement of INCLUSION farcical.
Default NORMAL text is Calibri 11pt - minimum font size should be 12pt without having the capability of Modifying the Normal font this is an issue.
Thanks for sharing this feedback with us. In Word Online in the Home Tab there's a Down Arrow to the right of the More Options interface (...) that allows you to Switch Ribbons. Once you select that option you should see the Styles group. Please continue to leave your feedback here and let us know if there are any additional questions.