To help you remember the best practices for presentation accessibility, use the mnemonic SLIDE, which stands for:
The PowerPoint Accessibility Checker helps you find and fix accessibility issues. It creates a report of the issues it finds, and explains why each issue might create a problem. Finally, it tells you how to fix the issue.
To run the accessibility checker in Windows:
To run the accessibility checker on a Mac:
Note: If you get a message saying "Unable to run the Accessibility Checker. Cannot check the current file type for accessibility issues" it just means the file has not been saved to the newest "pptx" version. This is easy to fix.