"white words against black background" function for MS word to contribute towards eye health of computer users
Google e-books can now be read on white words against black background which seems less straining on the eyes (This is similar to the Zoomtext accessibility software for low vision people). Could Microsoft consider adding white words against black background function for MS word to contribute towards eye health of computer users worldwide?
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Cesare Vesdani commented
Yeah. Microsoft can add a black background and white text feature just like in command prompt.
Also, bring back the blue background, white text feature as well.
I use Word for Windows and Mac for long periods of time. I really miss the blue background/white text option to reduce eye strain!
Loretta Yeo commented
Curious; this is where we started 30 years ago with green monochrome monitors. I haven't used WordPerfect in years, but their default was white text on blue background.