This book is included in the online course of the same name. You don't need to purchase it separately if you are purchasing the course.
Styles in Word: A Primer for Accessible Document Design will give you a solid foundation on working with Styles in Word, the impact inaccessible Word documents have on those of us with disabilities and a full range of accessibility featues you can add to Word documents. Learn how to modify a Style, create a new Style, work with lists and multilevel lists, multilingual documents, Alt Text for images, optimizing a table for accessibility, adding document properties and how creating a more accessible Word document means less work when the document is converted to tagged PDF.
This book is a great resource whether you are new to accessible document design or want new ideas on how to use Styles to optimize Word documents to be accessible.
Karen wrote the first book on creating and working with tagged PDF documents (2005) and the first book on creating and remediating more accessible Word documents (2005). Her PDF book is currently in its fourth edition (2017). There have been several iterations of the Word book, the latest, "Styles in Word: A Primer for Accessible Document Design" was published in 2017.In 2018, she published "Accessible Fillable PDF forms".
Karen has been a Microsoft MVP for Word since 2009 and a Microsoft Accessibility MVP since the additional category was created in 2014. Until August 2018, she was a Canadian delegate to the ISO 32000 (PDF) and ISO 14289 (PDF/UA) committees for over 8 years.
Content in this course is copyright Karen McCall.