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Microsoft redesigns OneNote UI to make it more universally accessible
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Microsoft redesigns OneNote UI to make it more universally accessible
18 May 2017, 11:15 pm



OneNote is changing to benefit users with vision and mobility impairments, Microsoft announced Thursday. The redesign will place navigation on the left-hand rail, where screen readers and Microsoft’s own Narrator will find it more accessible.

The redesign will apply to what Microsoft calls the Windows 10 (or UWP) version of OneNote, as well as the versions for iOS and Android, the Mac, and the Web. The traditional Win32 version of the software will apparently remain unaffected.

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In Microsoft’s vision, content will be immediately updated on other devices.

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