Infographic: Getting Started With Accessible Word Documents

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Accessible Word Documents should:
Structure the content using heading style elements.
Feature clear, easy-to-read fonts such as Calibri, Arial, or Verdana.
Use the automatic bulleted list format instead of manually typed bullets.
Utilize automatic page numbering.
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