Create a color blind viewing tool
Be able to see what people who suffer from color blindness see when presenting to them. For example, my friend cannot tell the difference between blues and greens. I would like to specify the colors someone struggles to differentiate and "see" the presentation how they see it.
Thank you for submitting this suggestion. We at PowerPoint strive to be inclusive of all users. As such, we have a few options to help your friend. First, high-contrast mode. Your friend can use the high-contrast settings in Windows to help him or her see everything better. Then he or she can use PowerPoint Online on Edge to see all the slides in high-contrast. In addition, when you or your colleagues are making presentations, you can take steps to ensure that the content is friendlier to those with color vision challenges. To do this, go to Review>Check Accessibility. This tool will give you guidance as to how to ensure your content is usable for people of all abilities.