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A-13 White space.mp4

White space is a design element we use, without really thinking about it, in order to make our documents more readable. Old habits (from "the days of typewriters") eat up our time…

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A-12 Acronyms, abbreviations, and symbols

Don't assume "everybody knows" what your acronym means; always spell it out the first time you use it. Also, for the sake of screen reader users, get yourself knowledgeable about…

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A-11 Book titles.mp4

Of course we use special formatting for book titles. it's important to use a book title style, so screen reader users can easily find and recognize book titles in a document. Don't just use…

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A-06 Copying and pasting

Copying and pasting is dangerous! It's the easiest way to "break" the accessible formatting in the syllabus template. Of course, most of us need to copy and paste some information into…

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C03 Saving as a Read-Only Word doc

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C-01 Intelligent Accessibility Check

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B-06 Changing a style's appearance

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B-05 Setting tab stops

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B-04 Adding an image

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B-02 Creating a new table

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A-14 You're not finished yet!

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A-13 White space

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A-12 Acronyms, abbreviations, and symbols

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A-10 Simple lists

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A-09 Using the template's tables

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A-08 Hyperlinks

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