NVDA & Google Docs Accessibility- Headers, Graphics & Links

Google Learning
Hello. In this 9 minute video I demonstrate the Accessibility menu in Google Docs.

I use the screen reader NVDA and I focus on how to move around headers, graphics and links that are in a document.

The video includes a full set of subtitles but if you prefer to read a transcript, please visit
https://goo.gl/nmlXax

I have created lots of videos about the screen reader NVDA. They can be accessed here

Also my collection of Google Docs video can be watched here
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLntN3peBCaRhMww5l6M-iCC6XnnLSohS

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