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.
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