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On 05/02/2018 08:07 AM, toki wrote:
In order of accessibility:
* Plain text;
* MS Doc;
* MS Docx;
* RTF;
* ODT;


Interesting list. I've always liked working with plain text files.

Do you have any information/opinion about various forms of markdown 
files (i.e. Markdown, RestructureText, AsciiDoc).

This semester, I played with making slide presentations using AsciiDoc 
and its "slidy" backend.

The source file might look something like:


Slide Title

* A Bulleted item

** A nested bulleted item with *boldface* type.
** Another nested bulleted item with _italicized_ text.

Another Slide Title

After creating the document, I run it through AsciiDoc's converter and 
it creates a very simple slide presentation in HTML format. However, the 
source file remains plain text. Would a screen reader get tripped up by 
the various formatting tags (* A Bulleted item; _italics_, *boldface*)?


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