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Create accessible PDF files using Acrobat X and Word

Learn how to use Acrobat X Pro to create accessible PDF or create compliant PDF.

By Adobe – January 9, 2015


In this tutorial, learn how to use Acrobat X Pro to create accessible PDF or create compliant PDF. Learn how to use Adobe Acrobat X Pro to help meet accessibility standards by creating files that make it easier for people with disabilities — such as blindness, low vision, or mobility impairments — to interact with your PDF documents and forms.Updated tools support the creation of PDF documents to meet WCAG 2.0 and PDF/UA standards.


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Lori Kassuba

6, 2015-02-03 03, 2015

Hi Souha,

You’ll need Acrobat and not just the free Reader do this.


Lori Kassuba

7, 2015-01-30 30, 2015

Hi Teresa Cotton,

If you create your PDF from Word using the PDFMaker add-on, you’ll be able to automatically create bookmarks and links. Plus all the content is searchable. You can find more information on how to do this in this tutorial:

Also, the Combine dialog allows you to bring together multiple files and add bookmarks at the same time as well. Check out the list view in the Combine dialog to do this.



4, 2015-01-30 30, 2015

Hi, which version of Adobe where there is a document tab u can insert, delete, extract pages in PDF??? U have a full command options like reducing file size??
Plz help

Teresa Cotton

6, 2015-01-20 20, 2015

I need help with setting up a PDF with multiple documents and indexing the information so it can be searchable.  It is our Employee Handbook.  I have Adobe Acrobat XI and MS Word 2010.  Most of the documents are PDFs and I need to combine files in a single PDF and create a Table of Contents or Bookmark so it can be searchable.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.


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