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Create Accessible Digital Products

​ Federal agencies are responsible for ensuring their information and services are accessible to persons with disabilities. The Revised 508 Standards include not just IT tools and systems, but electronic content such as documents, web pages, presentations, social media content, blogs, and certain emails.

  • Documents

    Learn how to create accessible Microsoft Word documents that conform to the Revised 508 Standards.

  • Electronic Signatures

    Electronic signatures digitally validate or acknowledge PDF documents, online forms, or specialized e-signature software.

  • PDFs

    Create accessible Portable Document Format (PDF) documents that conform to the Revised 508 Standards.

  • Presentations

    Create accessible Microsoft Powerpoint presentations.

  • Software & Websites

    Learn how the Revised 508 standards apply to software applications, web content, operating systems, and more.

  • Spreadsheets

    Create accessible Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.