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Writing accessible documents
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Student with disabilities may have trouble reading your documents if they are not structured well. Imagine, for example, that a student who is blind is using a screen reader that announces the contents of your document out loud. They’ll only be able to read it properly when it's written and structured following well-established standards for accessible documents. You might be instructed by your teacher or fellow student to make a document more accessible. This page will provide you guidance how.

How to create accessible documents

For up-to-date guidance, start with the advice provided by the makers of the software you’re using:

Is your authoring tool not in the above list?

If so, please reach out to us via the FeedbackFruits support chat. Alternatively, we recommend Googling, using keywords such as "<appname> accessible document" to find further guidance.

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