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.