Provide a descriptive document file name and title
The first piece of information most individuals will encounter when accessing a document is the file name. A unique, descriptive file name helps individuals understand the general topic of a document.
For example: PSY-P101_Intro_Psychology_Section_00000_Spring2016_Syllabus_JDoe.docx
Include similar information when writing the title of the document, and apply appropriate punctuation, e.g., no underscores. A document’s page title is the first thing assistive technology will recognize and read after opening the document.
Authors can give each document a descriptive title in all Microsoft Office applications. This title should should succinctly describe the purpose of the document. You can make it similar to the document’s descriptive file name.