Tag: Microsoft Word

Accessibility gets easier

So November is NaNoWriMo – the month to write your novel. Well, I’m not doing that, but I’m endeavouring to write a blog post a (week)day this month just to get back in the habit. One of the biggest pushes from Microsoft since has been Accessibility – making certain that Microsoft products don’t get in […]

You’re not allowed to do that (in Word)

One of the things I haven’t seen mentioned in Word (in Office365) is “Restrict Editing”.  As you likely know, when you share a document with someone, you can either give them Read Only (they can’t make ANY changes or they get Edit (they can make any changes they want).  But what if you want a […]