PowerPoint is the easiest way to create a UC-branded poster with minimal formatting work. You can use PowerPoint on a PC or a Mac, but switching between those two versions midway can result in the loss of some formatting fidelity.
Creating accessible documents is an important way to support diversity, equity, and inclusion. The following content on accessible PowerPoints was curated by the UC Accessibility Network. View the original resource page.
Below are some additional guidelines for creating accessible Power Point presentations.
Alternative text, or “alt text” describes the content of images, graphs and charts. It should be added to every image that conveys meaning in a Power Point Presentation. Below is a list of best practices for using alternative text in image heavy presentations.
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