Accessibility Guides

Missouri State embraces diversity and inclusion as a core value, and we recognize access to information as a basic human right. Creating accessible documents is an important aspect of maintaining this core value. The information provided below will help users to create accessible content in Office and Adobe Acrobat products.

Accessibility in Office and Office 365

The following guides provide useful information and tips for creating accessible documents and emails in both Office for your desktop and Office 365 online.

Microsoft Learning Tools

Microsoft Learning Tools are a set of free tools that are now a part of OneNote, Word, Outlook, OfficeLens, Edge, and beyond—with plans to integrate them across Office and Windows. Microsoft Learning Tools implement proven techniques to improve reading and writing for people regardless of their age or ability.


Accessibility at Missouri State University

For information about advancing accessibility, using campus services, and university policies and guidelines see the Missouri State University Accessibility web page.

Office for Institutional Equity and Compliance

For more information about faculty and staff disability accommodations see the website for the Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance.

The Disability Resource Center

For more information about student disability accommodations and universal design, contact the Disability Resource Center.