Alt text in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
Add your image to the Word or PowerPoint document.
Now, choose Format > Picture from the dropdown menu (or right click on the image and select “Format picture” from the menu).
Click “Alt text”, one of the options on the side bar.
How do I put alt text on a picture?
Here are a few important keys to writing effective image alt text with SEO in mind:
- Describe the image, and be specific.
- Keep your alt text fewer than 125 characters.
- Don’t start alt text with “picture of” or “Image of”
- Use your keywords, but sparingly.
- Don’t cram your keyword into every single image’s alt text.
How do I add alt text to an image in Word?
Word 2016 – How to add ALT text to images
- Right-click on the image in the document and choose ‘Format Picture’
- In the settings at the right of the window, click on the ‘Layout & Properties’ icon.
- Expand ‘Alt Text’
- Enter a suitable description for the image in the ‘Description’ field.
How do I add alt text?
To add alt text to an object
To add alt text to a picture, shape, chart, or SmartArt graphic, do one of the following: Right-click the object and select Edit Alt Text. Select the object. Select Format > Alt Text.
How do I add alt text to an image on a Mac?
To add alternative text to an image in Word for Mac: Right-click anywhere on an image. Choose Add Alt Text. When the Set Alt Text window appears, enter descriptive alternative text in the box and click “OK.”