Illinois Center for Information Technology Accessibility

Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES)

University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign

Office to the Web Series

Publishing Office (Word and PPT) to the Web: Hands-On Session

MS Word and PowerPoint are popular tools for creating documents and presentations. Many authors want to make these available on the web.Participants will learn best practices to make it easier for authors to managing the styling and layout of their documents and presentations to improve the quality of the published HTML. An important part of the session is learning about Word styling features and PowerPoint templates to manageformatting.

Participants will learn how to use the Illinois Accessible Web Publishing Wizard for Microsoft Office to publish HTML versions to the web. The Wizard supports web standards and accessibility to people withdisabilities, making the presentation more accessible to everyone by giving people more options to access the presentation.

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Publishing PowerPoint Presentations to the Web: Webcast Session

PowerPoint is a popular tool for creating presentations. Many authors want to make their presentations available on the web. Participants will learn best practices to make it easier for authors to managing the styling and layout of their presentations and improve the quality of the published HTML.

Participants will learn about the web and accessibility, techniques to prepare a more efficient PPT presentation (best practices) and how to publish to HTML by using the Illinois Accessible Web Publishing Wizard for Microsoft Office. This workshop is currently offered via webcast and includes creating a word document with best practice features and then converting it to HTML.

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Publishing Word Documents to the Web: Webcast Session

Word is a popular tool for creating memos, reports, and other documents to be placed on the web. An important part of the session is learning about Word styling features to manage document formatting. Participants will learn best practices to make it easier for authors to manage the styling and layout of their documents and improve the quality of the published HTML.

Participants will learn about the web and accessibility, techniques to prepare a more efficient Word document (best practices) and how to publish to HTML by using the Illinois Accessible Web Publishing Wizard for Microsoft Office. This workshop is currently offered via webcast and includes creating a word document with best practice features and then converting it to HTML.

View training dates and times for Word to Web webcast sessions