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Accessibility means making sure your content is available to as many people as possible. When you make your PDFs accessible, it means adding tags, bookmarks, alt text, and other information that makes the files readable to users who are visually or mobility impaired. Using Acrobat DC, and other tools such as Microsoft Word and Adobe InDesign, it’s now much easier and faster to create valid, accessible PDF files. In this course, Chad Chelius explains why accessibility is important and what features an accessible PDF should include, and shows how to streamline the process of creating accessible PDFs using Word, Excel, PowerPoint, InDesign, and Acrobat DC.
Topics include:
Understanding the experience of users with visual impairments
How to know if a PDF is accessible
Setting up Acrobat DC
Tagging content, including lists and tables
Adding metadata, bookmarks, and alt text
Generating a PDF with Microsoft Word
Creating accessible PDFs from PowerPoint, Excel, and InDesign
Controlling tab and reading order
Adding cross-references and tables of contents

 

 

Author Chad Chelius
level Intermediate
Duration 5h 1m
File siza 1.4 GB

 

 

Lynda Creating Accessible PDFs with Acrobat DC

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