In this demonstration, you'll discover how Learning Tools for OneNote helps you author content if you have difficulty spelling or using a keyboard. Jeff Petty, from the accessibility engineering team, shows how Learning Tools for OneNote can also help people with low vision or a learning differences like dyslexia, as it can provide high contrast reading views, narrate text and break complex words and sentences into smaller parts. 

For more tips like this, check out the working remotely playlist at . Also, if you need any further assistance then you can raise a support ticket and get it addressed.