Use a clear document structure
Structuring a document appropriately helps individuals understand how a document is organized. The document's structure should provide an outline that gives an overview of the main topics, subtopics, and groups of content, both visually and non-visually.
Create an outline using the following:
- Data tables
- Table of contents
Each piece of a document's structure should be visually distinct from other content included, and should also be accessible with assistive technology. Many types of assistive technology will use the document's structural information to improve navigation of the document for users.