Implementing Accessibility
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Implementing Accessibility

Visual Studio .NET 2003

In deciding what accessibility features to implement, give higher priority to:

  • Features that affect large numbers of users.
  • Features that are used frequently by your potential customer base.
  • Features that are an integral and necessary part of the product.

If you are implementing accessibility on an application in development, identify the areas of accessibility that your application is handling successfully and those areas of accessibility that are still problematic. For the problematic areas, select the problems you will address in the version of your application under development and focus on them. Once you have completed the application under development, begin to focus on the problems you will address in the next version of your application.

See Also

Designing Accessible Applications

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