Bridging the Disability Divide
- Learn how Microsoft manages accessibility like a business
- Learn new skills and discover the power of Microsoft products with step-by-step guidance
- Disability Answer Desk: Get support with Microsoft Office, Windows and Xbox accessibility
- Accessibility support for enterprise customers
- Learn about the accessibility features in Windows 10 and Microsoft 365
- Accessibility Insights: Solve accessibility issues before they reach your customers
- AI for Accessibility: Learn about our grant program and explore the projects
- Hiring people with disabilities: Resources for employers and job seekers
- Creating meaningful employment opportunities for people with autism
- Special education and accessibility resources for remote learning
Better experiences for everyone
Tips for remote work
Accessibility evolution model
Investing in inclusion
Making sure content is accessible should be as simple – and as automatic – as checking spelling. Across our products, we are investing in tools that make it easier to be inclusive using AI, contextual reminders and new features designed in collaboration with people with disabilities.
Immersive Reader in PowerPoint assists with comprehension and attention when viewing slides and notes.
Dark Mode in Word helps reduce eye strain and accommodate light sensitivity by extending the Black Office theme to the document canvas.
PowerPoint Live in Microsoft Teams enables attendees to access shared content using screen readers and soon, to shift their personal view to high-contrast mode.
Accessibility Checker suggests edits to help you make your content accessible to everyone.
Dictate in Microsoft 365 lets you use your voice to quickly create documents, emails, presentations and more.
Designer helps you create polished documents in Word for the web and will soon identify places where using Styles would improve accessibility.