Exploring the OpenDocument Accessibility perspective

Overview

In OpenDocument Accessibility perspective, Office View, Simulation View / Visualization View / Presentation View / Evaluation View are available (Figure 1).


Figure 1. OpenDocument Accessibility perspective

Office view

Office view is in the top-left pane (Figure 2). You can change the size of the Office view by dragging the edges.

At the top of the pane are the "Open ODF File" button, the address bar, and a GO button (a white triangle on a green circle). The URL of an ODF file to be test can be input, and then the GO button will cause the ODF file to be opened.


Figure 2. Office view

Presentation view

The presentation view is shown in the top-right pane (Figure 3). The presentation view simulates how the screen of the presentation files will appear in a meeting room. This view can simulate images for meeting rooms of different sizes. Images or text that are difficult to see can be recognized by examining the simulated images.


Figure 3. Presentation view
Related functions
Small Meeting Room (Ctrl+Shift+M)
Simulates how the slide show of a presentation files will appear in a small meeting room (the screen size is 3 feet located 10 feet from the audience).
Large Meeting Room (Ctrl+Shift+G)
Simulates how the slide show of a presentation files will appear in a large meeting room (the screen size is 5 feet located 30 feet from the audience).
Auditorium (Ctrl+Shift+A)
Simulates how the slide show of a presentation files will appear in an auditorium (the screen size is 10 feet located 100 feet from the audience).

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