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Ensuring your PDF is accessible using Acrobat X

Learn how to create accessible PDF files from numerous applications using Acrobat X Pro and Suite.

By Lori Kassuba – May 30, 2011

 



In this eseminar, learn how to create accessible PDF files from numerous applications like Microsoft Word, InDesign CS5.5, FrameMaker 10, and RoboHelp 9 using Acrobat X Pro and Suite. Accessible PDF files provide many benefits including use with assistive technology, re-flow on mobile devices, search engine optimization, and re-purposing of content. The video includes an interview with Duff Johnson on why creating accessible documents is important and common misconceptions; Lori Kassuba discusses how to create an accessible document from Microsoft Word using Adobe Acrobat X; Donna Baker talks about the new functionality for creating tagged PDFs from the latest version of Adobe InDesign CS 5.5; and Dave Austen gives some post-processing tips for accessible PDF.

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Acrobat X

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Accessibility

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