Another theme articulated in the Government’s recently published ICT strategy is the acknowledgement that “Government ICT is vital for the delivery of efficient, cost-effective public services which are responsive to the needs of citizens and businesses. We want government ICT to be open: open to the people and organisations that use our services”.
An important aspect of ICT’s role in enabling better online access to public services is ensuring that the solution is accessible to people with disabilities and helping all users to create more accessible content.
In addition to the accessibility functionality that you may already be familiar with, Microsoft Office 2010 now has some new and updated accessibility features that are well worth bringing to your attention:
To get a full picture of the accessibility functionality available for Windows 7 and Office 2010 visit here
For information on the accessibility functionality in Internet Explorer 9 visit here
Posted by Ian