1. If no parts of the authoring tool are web-based (i.e. they are rendered within a user agent), then select SKIP.
  2. If the web-based parts include editing views (as opposed to only documentation, etc.), then load the accessible test content file (Level A).
  3. Check the web-based parts of the authoring tool with the Web Content Accessibility Test Procedure (Level A).
  4. If WCAG 2.0 Level A is reached, select PASS, otherwise select FAIL.

Note: The WCAG 2.0 requirement that "only accessibility-supported ways of using technologies are relied upon to satisfy the WCAG 2.0 success criteria" does not need to be applied as described in ATAG 2.0 section Relationship to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.