I want to make my Powerpoint Slides accessible.
For this, I use the AccessibilityChecker feature.
It tells me that I should check the reading order of some slides:
And here's how it tells me to fix it:
The problem is: I don't really seem to have an option to mark a slide as "fixed". So the more slides I have like this, the more problems are reported, and I will always have to check back again to ensure that I didn't miss one of them. It would be great to be able to just mark a checkbox like "Solved", so I only see new slides (or changed ones) popping up as possible problems.
The AccessibilityChecker also tells me, that if I use a layout slide, this won't be a problem. But often there's no appropriate layout slide, and as soon as I'm inserting an image by copy&paste, the hint is displayed in the AccessibilityChecker.
So I tried creating a custom layout slide, and indeed, this doesn't trigger the hint! But I don't want to create a layout slide for each custom slide I need...
So is there any other way to solve this problem?
I have uploaded the presentation so you can check yourself:
slide 4 and 5 look identical, but while slide 4 was built in a custom way, slide 5 is built using a layout slide. Other than that, I don't see a difference. But the AccessibilityChecker only complains for slide 4.