If you have a multi-page document that utilizes headings and sub-headings, you can easily create a table of contents to display your document’s navigation.
In this tutorial we cover how to use the Navigation pane in conjunction with Headings. The navigation pane is visually identical to the way screen readers audibly navigate headings in a document.
Some folks don’t use headings because they don’t like the way the default headings look. Don’t let that be a reason for not using such a key accessibility feature in your document. In this tutorial we cover how to customize your headings to achieve the style you want.
This brief tutorial walks you through creating a Word document that uses Headings to organize content into specific sections. This helps a user with a screen reader locate and jump to specific sections of text, much like a table of contents at the beginning of a book or on a Web site.