"Readability and legibility are key considerations for all users. For people with disabilities, these attributes can be essential to a successful user experience." - Harvard University
Do you know what version of Office that you are using on your work computer? Do you know if your computer is 32 or 64 bit? Do you know what version of Internet Explorer is installed?
Need detailed ADA document compliance information?
New! You can find detailed ADA video training on Team Pasco on the following topics: Adobe Pro DC Forms, Word Documents, Excel Spreadsheets, Email, Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, InDesign and Social Media. Each video is just under one hour in length.&n...
O365 looks slightly different than the 2010 version but does so much more. Learn how to easily customize the ribbon in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Make Office work for you!
You can personalize your ribbon to arrange tabs and commands in the order you want them, hide or unhide your ribbon, and hide those commands you use less often. Also, you can export or import a customized ribbon.&nbs...
Unlike old-school user guides, this doc is yours to tailor exactly for your needs. Reading it will teach you some basics about Word, but this document isn’t just for reading. It’s for editing too, so you can learn by doing.
Open this eight page document and learn how to use the new Word. It's an easy and fast way to learn the basics.
Easy and quick directions to help you get started with Edge.
YouTube Training - How to Customize Edge
Text Based Training - How to Customize Edge
(County computers will continue to use the IE 11 browser. In some cases, Chrome or Firefox is required, depending on the program.)
In Word (and PowerPoint) when an image (Picture, Chart, etc.) is used to create a Hyperlink, the alternative text for that image should present:
When creating links -
Review Spelling and Grammar
Six Principles of Plain Language
1. Write for your audience.
2. Focus on the most important information.
3. Use technical or complex terms only when necessary.
4. Use active verbs and personal pronouns.
5. Explain unknown acronyms and abbreviations.
6. Use proper punctuation.
Passive Sentences in Word
Font and Font Size