Overview of Microsoft Learning Tools in Office Lens, Word Desktop and Word Online

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Microsoft Mechanics had lead accessibility engineer, Jeff Petty demonstrate Learning Tools and Editor. These tools offer the capability to personalize reading and proofing experiences and are useful if you have a learning difference such as dyslexia. Capabilities demonstrated here start becoming available in November 2016, and more are coming to applications such as OneNote Online.



You can learn more about these features and the latest accessibility updates for Office 365 applications on http://aka.ms/A11yInO365

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Woow! Loved it! I`m a heavy user of Office Lens, but wasn`t aware of these new capabilities . It`s great to see how we keep improving our accessibility features, this sure will improve reading and writing in Microsoft applications.