Microsoft 365 is launching an accessibility assistant

Microsoft has announced a new accessibility assistant coming to its Microsoft 365 office software in a bid to make its products more accessible to more people.

Announced at its annual Ability Summit (opens in new tab), Microsoft also revealed a host of accessible hardware, improvements to existing products and services, and developments in other areas of its business, including LinkedIn.

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