Lists are an important way to convey information. Sighted users can easily see when
a list begins and can distinguish between each list item. In order to make your lists
accessible to those with visual impairments, simply use the list styles. These styles
provide cues to users of assistive technology about the beginnings of a list and the
movement from one list item to the next.
In Microsoft Word, the list styles are found on the Home Tab. Most rich text editors
also provide list style options that look the same. There are options for both ordered
and unordered list styles.