Alt Text Command in Microsoft Office 365 Applications

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In previous posts of mine I had mentioned the Alt Text function in Microsoft PowerPoint, post where you can read in the link here. Things have improved now with the latest updates and we now have an actual command available for us to use. All you need to do is to continue reading.

Alt Text Command In Office 365

In the image below, I have opened Microsoft Word, and I have inserted a picture in the document. Once the picture is selected, the Picture Tools main tab appears, and the sub tab Format is activated as shown in the image below. Then from the area of the ribbon named Accessibility, we select the command Alt Text as shown below. As mentioned with the Alt Text command we can Create Descriptions Of Objects For Screen Readers.

Alt Text In Word

Once the Alt Text command is selected, the Alt Text task pane appears at the right of the Microsoft Word application. All we need to do is to follow the description in the task pane or check out my post here.

Alt Text In Word

In the image below, I have opened Microsoft PowerPoint, and I have inserted a picture in the Slide. Once the picture is selected, the Picture Tools main tab appears, and the sub tab Format is activated as shown in the image below. Then from the area of the ribbon named Accessibility, we select the command Alt Text as shown below. As mentioned with the Alt Text command we can Create Descriptions Of Objects For Screen Readers.

Alt Text in PowerPoint

Once the Alt Text command is selected, the Alt Text task pane appears at the right of the Microsoft PowerPoint application. All we need to do is to follow the description in the task pane or check out my post here.

Alt Text in PowerPoint

In the image below, I have opened Microsoft Excel, and I have inserted a picture in the Spreadsheet. Once the picture is selected, the Picture Tools main tab appears, and the sub tab Format is activated as shown in the image below. Then from the area of the ribbon named Accessibility, we select the command Alt Text as shown below. As mentioned with the Alt Text command we can Create Descriptions Of Objects For Screen Readers.

Alt Text in Excel

Once the Alt Text command is selected, the Alt Text task pane appears at the right of the Microsoft Excel application. All we need to do is to follow the description in the task pane or check out my post here.

Alt Text in Excel

That is it with the Alternative Text command where, text is associated with an image that serves the same purpose and conveys the same essential information as the image

Below you can check out the Video describing the Alt Text command in Microsoft Office 365 applications.

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