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If you haven’t already viewed Excel 2010: Creating an Accessible Excel Spreadsheet, Part 1, you’ll want to check it out to ensure you’re doing everything you can to make your Excel tables and spreadsheets accessible. In that module we described a lot of good, general practices in Excel that also improve accessibility. In this module, we go further with more tips, most of which are specifically for assistive technology screen readers like JAWS. Note: for making forms in Excel accessible, see Excel 2010: Creating Accessible Forms Parts 1 and 2 in addition to ensuring your form has covered the accessibility considerations in these two modules for spreadsheets. Further Steps to Assist with Screen Readers in Excel Screen Reader Help Text in Cell A1 Provide help text for navigation using screen readers, in cell A1. • For example, “Press TAB to move to input areas. Press UP or DOWN ARROW in column A to read through the document.” • You can make this text fairly small, or even change the color to match the background color. This way it will not show up visually, but will still be read by the screen reader. Page 1 of 6 Last Modified: 8/16/2012 9:24:00 AM 15-Excel02.docx Microsoft Office 2010 Project Accessible Excel Spreadsheets 2 Table Titles Table titles should be placed in the first column so screen readers can find them easily, as discussed in the previous module. If that looks funny you can merge cells and center them, but keep the original text in the first column. Images Ensure that any images have alternate text descriptions. Follow the steps below, or use the method for charts that we’ll discuss next. • Insert the image, then right-click and choose Size and Properties. • In the Size and Properties dialog box, choose the Alt Text tab. Type in a brief description with enough detail to explain the pictures. You don’t need to say “image of” or “picture of” because the screen reader alerts the reader that it is an image. Page 2 of 6 Last Modified: 8/16/2012 9:24:00 AM 15-Excel02.docx Microsoft Office 2010 Project • Accessible Excel Spreadsheets 2 Click Close. Charts Ensure that any charts have alternative text descriptions. This is different than images, since charts created in Excel don’t have an area for Alt Text. • Resize the row where you want to insert the chart. You may merge cells if you want. • Insert the chart. • In the cell where the chart is, type the description. This description may need to be fairly long to adequately explain the chart.
Protecting Cells in Excel 2010 A few notes before we begin: All cells in an Excel worksheet are locked by default, this way when you turn on Protect Sheet everything is safe. So you must unlock cells you would like to be able to edit before you turn on Protect Sheet 1. Open the spreadsheet you wish to protect 2. Highlight a cell, row, or column (or group of them) you would like to be able to edit after protection is turned on 3. Select the Format button in the Cells area 4. Select Lock Cell (this will toggle it off so the cell is unlocked) Page 1 of 3 Protecting Cells in Excel 2010 5. Repeat steps 2-4 until all cells that need to remain editable have been unlocked 6. Select the Format button in the Cells area 7. Select Protect Sheet… 8. Create a password to use to lock the sheet and enter it in the password field (you must remember this password to unlock the sheet at a later date) Page 2 of 3 Protecting Cells in Excel 2010 9. Click the OK button 10. Confirm the password by entering it again and click the OK button 11. Now the only cells that are editable are the ones you unlocked earlier Page 3 of 3
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