Please make the whole of Word Accessible
I am completely blind and use JAWS and Narrator. Please make the multi-level list dialogue accessible. Right now, crucial parts of this dialogue are not able to be used either by Narrator or JAWS, in either Word 2019 or 2016. I can't navigate the list library because it's sset out in a grid whose rows horizontally wrap so that I can't tell where I am inside the grid. secondly, I can't use the 'include from level' feature when defining my own lists because you've made it a combo box which a screen reader cannot access. An edit spin box would be far less complicated and more effective here. Thirdly, I can't use many of the features which determine number continuity and, while I worked around this by doing far more work than would otherwise be necessary, this flies in the face of all accessibility principles. Please, Microsoft, do not assume that all accessibility creators or would-be advanced users of Word are either sighted or low vision.
Thanks for sharing this feedback with us Kylee, this is an active issue that the engineering team is investigating. In the meantime, the Bullets and Numbering dropdowns in the Home tab of the ribbon are another option you can use. These can be opened with Alt>H>U and Alt+H>N respectively. Please let us know if you need additional clarification or assistance, and continue to share your feedback.