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Welcome to a new video series by Greg Trzeciak at Pragmatic Works, focusing on Universal Design in Power BI. The goal is to share tips that enhance the accessibility of reports for all users, regardless of their unique needs. Greg is passionate about making reports universally enjoyable and consumable.
1. Press "Alt" to activate KeyTips.
2. Letters and numbers appear on the ribbon; press the corresponding key to access a specific item.
3. For example, pressing "V" takes you to the "View" tab.
4. Press "Escape" to clear KeyTips.
Greg wraps up the video by encouraging viewers to try out KeyTips for themselves. He emphasizes the significant impact of this feature in making Power BI reports more accessible. The video serves as the first part of the Universal Design Series, where Greg promises to share more accessibility tips and tricks to enhance the universal design of reports.
Subscribe to the Pragmatic Works channel to stay up to date for more accessibility insights in the upcoming Universal Design Series. And if you're looking for more, check out the Pragmatic Works' on-demand learning platform to gain access to a wide variety of classes, including those related to Microsoft products like Power BI, Power Automate, and Azure.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Gregory Trzeciak has his master’s degree in Education from the University of Florida. He has 9 years of teaching experience in high school, college level, and summer programs where he was recognized as a top educator and leader in interactive education. As a trainer at Pragmatic Works, his primary goal is to help individuals gain confidence in using Power BI and the Power Platform. While not in the office, he enjoys fantasy football, walking his dog, and running half-marathons!
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