Therefore, the best form for accessibility is one that is interactive and can be completed using the computer. Users with disabilities can complete these forms using assistive technologies such as screen readers, Braille devices, speech recognition systems, alternative keyboards, and countless others.
Customize as needed _ If you want even more control over the way your form looks, you can turn on Design Mode from the Controls group on the Developer tab. Then you can modify the properties for each content control field, including the text that will appear in each field. If you're willing to spend a little more time customizing each field, you can build a pretty robust form. For example, you could create your own custom drop_down list.