Best practices for PDF accessibility using Acrobat XI

Learn how to create accessible PDF or how to create compliant PDF using Acrobat XI Pro.

By Adobe – November 17, 2014

 

In this tutorial, learn how to create accessible PDF or how to create compliant PDF using Acrobat XI Pro. To assist authors who use Adobe Acrobat XI Pro software to create PDF files that are accessible to people with disabilities, Adobe has created a series of accessibility guides for Acrobat XI Pro. This accessibility guide contains best practices from all four guides in the series: PDF Accessibility Overview, Acrobat Accessibility Repair Workflow, Using the Accessibility Checker in Acrobat XI Pro, and Creating Accessible PDF Forms with Acrobat XI Pro.

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Best Practices for PDF Accessibility

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Lori Kassuba

6, 2016-02-12 12, 2016

Hi Ejaz,

You might try the PDF/A forums at: http://www.pdfa.org/discussion-forum/

Thanks,
Lori

Ejaz

12, 2016-02-05 05, 2016

Hello
I m trying to fix a failed error “Parent Tag of link annotation does not define the Alt attribute & Link annotation does not define contents attribute” getting generated while running the Common look WCAG 2.0 checker on a fully accessible PDF. The error I am getting for all the TOC’s link and URL’s
Is there anyone who can help me on fixing the above mentioned error.. Thanks in advance

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