Accessibility Checker for Docs checks your Doc against accessibility guidelines.
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Accessibility Checker for Docs checks your Google Doc against Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). These guidelines help ensure that screen readers and people with reading disabilities can access and read your document. These guidelines ensure that the language is set for the document, the document has a title, the font and background colors have a high contrast ratio, all images have alt text, and many other checks.
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Kelly Falcone
July 29, 2021
Not sure the point of this accessibility checker. It ran, then said I was missing alt text on image but no guidance on which image is the issue (with a 200 page document and lots of images). So, if you just want to see a smiley face or sad face maybe it will help you, otherwise can't see the point since there is no explanation included to help you make the adjustments needed.
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Kimzey McGrath
February 25, 2021
As far as I can tell, nothing happens when I run the check. It opens up a side panel with a button that says "check accessibility," but when I click it, nothing happens. I have used it on documents that are NOT accessible, and still no results from the checker. Very disappointing.
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