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12/08/2016 06:01 PM

Accessibility View in Sway

Do you wish there was a better, more accessible view for you to see Sway presentations? Sway does have an Accessibility view that displays high-contrast styles for easier reading. This view also disables any animations and supports keyboard navigation for use with screen readers. You can also use your browser’s Find box to search text in the Sway. Explore Accessibility view in Sway.


12/08/2016 06:01 PM

Check Accessibility in PowerPoint 2013 for Windows

An understanding has grown over the years to make all kinds of computer-generated content available to people with disabilities. PowerPoint is no stranger to this accessibility concept, and has many options up its sleeve that help your slides be more relevant to those with accessibility impairments. Similar to how PowerPoint's spell checker alerts you to potential spelling errors, the built-in


12/08/2016 06:01 PM

Learn PowerPoint 2010 for Windows: Check Accessibility

There's a new understanding that has evolved over the past few years about making all sorts of computer generated content accessible to people with disabilities. PowerPoint is no stranger to this accessibility concept, and has many options up its sleeve that help your slides be more relevant to those with accessibility impairments. Just like how PowerPoint's spell checker alerts you to


12/08/2016 06:01 PM

STAMP: Conversation with Jim Hunter

Jim Hunter is the practice lead for the Enterprise Applications team at Intergen. Jim brings energy and humor to his role and has a strong focus on delivering solutions to the many clients that Intergen delivers to. Intergen is an award winning Microsoft solutions partner that delivers solutions on the Microsoft platform; always striving to achieve their goal: That everyone, every day is touched


12/08/2016 06:01 PM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Align, Hide, Show, or Remove Captions using the STAMP Add-in for PowerPoint

The STAMP add-in for PowerPoint 2010 is a free download from Microsoft that lets you add captions to media such as movie clips inserted in your slides. When installed, the STAMP add-in creates new buttons in the Video Tools Playback tab of the Ribbon in PowerPoint 2010 -- within the Captions group of the Video Tools Playback tab, there are some options which can be helpful while working with your


12/08/2016 06:01 PM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Edit Captions within the STAMP Add-in for PowerPoint

We have already explored how you can create new captions for movies inserted in PowerPoint 2010, using the STAMP Caption Editor. Once these captions have been added, you may want to edit them by following these steps.Learn how to edit already inserted captions with the caption editor within the STAMP add-in for PowerPoint 2010.Categories: accessibility, powerpoint_2010, tutorials


12/08/2016 06:01 PM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Import TTML Caption Files in the STAMP Add-in for PowerPoint

It's so easy to create and insert captions using the Caption Editor within the STAMP add-in for PowerPoint 2010 - but if you captions already available as TTML files, you can import those captions into PowerPoint even more easily.Learn how you can import TTML caption files in the STAMP add-in for PowerPoint 2010.Categories: accessibility, powerpoint_2010, tutorials


12/08/2016 06:01 PM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: TTML XML Files for the STAMP Add-in in PowerPoint

I already showed you how you can use the STAMP add-in for PowerPoint to manually add captions for videos right inside PowerPoint 2010. While manually adding captions is a great way to get easily started, professional organizations use TTML files -- these are markup files not too different in structure from the HTML web pages -- and typically they have the XML file extension.Explore the structure


12/08/2016 06:01 PM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Create Video Captions using the STAMP Add-in in PowerPoint

After you have installed the STAMP add-in, you can find captioning options within the Video Tools Playback tab on the Ribbon. Do remember though that the Video Tools Playback tab is a contextual tab which appears only when you have a video clip selected in your presentation. Before adding captions, you need to insert a video (movie) clips in PowerPoint.Learn how to create new captions for your


12/08/2016 06:01 PM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: Download and Install the STAMP Add-in

The STAMP add-in is designed for PowerPoint 2010 only and you may not be able to use it in previous versions such as PowerPoint 2007. Also at present, we only found a version of STAMP that works with the 32-bit versions of PowerPoint 2010. If all this sounds confusing, do not worry since I have this tutorial divided into three parts which will help you all the way from checking your PowerPoint


12/08/2016 06:01 PM

Learn PowerPoint 2010: STAMP Accessibility Add-in for PowerPoint

Microsoft has made available STAMP (Sub-titling text add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint), a free add-in for PowerPoint 2010 that enables you to create captions for video and audio files within your PowerPoint presentations. In addition to manually adding captions, you can also work with any media files that have associated Timed Text Markup (TTML) files.Learn about STAMP, a PowerPoint add-in that


12/08/2016 06:01 PM

Test Your Color Sense

Here's a cool link that Echo shared with me.It's called the Online Color Challenge, and it ascertains how well you see color -- and how well you can differentiate between the various hues of a color as they evolve from one value to another. In its orginal form, this contains four rows of jumbled-up color chips that you need to drag and place so that each color chip is suitably similar to the


12/08/2016 06:01 PM

Learn PowerPoint: Slides for Color Blind Audiences

Color blindness is some sort of color vision deficiency which results in differences in the way that an affected person sees and distinguishes various colors. It is mostly inherited, but can also be caused due to damage in the eye, nerve, or brain. There is no proven way to change these vision deficiencies.When a color blind user looks at a PowerPoint slide, he or she might view it differently


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