Best practice to use sans-serif fonts, rather than serif or decorative fonts. Sans serif do not have the decorative lines. The fonts would include Arial, Calibri, Century Gothic, Tahoma, and Verdana. The font size should be 24 pt font for the body text. The font could be larger depending on the audience or page layout.
When creating any form of content that portrays information to the viewer, it must be as accessible as possible to reach the largest audience possible. Charts and graphs follow many of the rules that basic accessibility asks for as well, which will be discussed in this article.
Creating a Table
Creating a Table is easy. First, navigate to the 'Insert' tab on the top of the screen.
Select the option labeled “Table,” and create your size. In this example, I'll be creating a 3x3 table.
Your table will now be present in the slide you had selected! It should appear like this. For more information on how to make them more Accessible, please check out 'Accessible Tables and Graphs in PowerPoint'
Creating A Graph
Select the 'Insert' tab at the top of your screen and select 'Chart'
Select what type of chart you need, so in this example we will select a Bar Graph to create, so select 'Bar' under the 'All Charts' tab and select 'OK'.
A new box will open, this allows you to change the information in the “Bar Graph.”
When done editing, close the dialog box.
The Graph is now created, with all the data you added into it as well.
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