[community] Testing Automated tools for power point presentations?

L Snider lsnider at gmail.com
Thu Mar 1 02:01:34 UTC 2018

Hi Pina,

I don't know of anything other than the accessibility checker in (PC and
Mac) PowerPoint itself. There are tools like Commonlook that can bridge the
gap between the PowerPoint and PDF, and are made specifically to make a
more accessible PDF. I don't call it a checker as such, but it could be
considered by some to be a checker, since it helps to check things in the
PowerPoint. Most people I know don't use it due to cost. There are colour
checkers one can use like the Colour Contrast Analyser, but I have found it
to be buggy in both Mac and PC with different programs.

I would be curious if you find any others for PowerPoint.



On Wed, Feb 28, 2018 at 7:21 PM, Pina D'Intino <pina.dintino at gmail.com>

> Hello IDRC colleagues and friends. I am trying to put together a list of
> automated tools  and/or service providers that can be used to test
> accessibility of  power  points specifically. Appreciate if anyone can
> share
> some insights.
> Sincerely,
> Pina
> Pina D'Intino, MDes, PMP, CPACC
> Accessibility Strategist  and Consultant
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