This tutorial shows you how to work with the Accessibility features in Acrobat 9. See what the all-new Acrobat DC can do for you.

Download a free trial of the new Acrobat.

Navigating an accessible PDF document, part 2

Learn how to do an accessibility full-check with the document properties feature in Acrobat 9 Pro and Acrobat 9 Pro Extended.

By Janet Frick – June 11, 2009

 



In part two of navigating an accessible PDF document, you'll learn how to do an accessibility full-check with the document properties feature in Acrobat 9 Pro and Acrobat 9 Pro Extended. You'll also learn how to use the navigation panels -- which allow you to set content order and organize tags --and how to ensure the reading order is correct and form fields are accessible.


Was this tutorial helpful?

Please Log in to provide feedback on this tutorial.

Rate this tutorial

Please Log in to rate this tutorial.

Rating:

Did you know?

  • You can ask a question and get an answer from one of our experts.
  • You can search our database of over 800 tutorials by product and/or topic.
  • You can leave a comment below for the author of this tutorial.

Products covered:

Acrobat 9

Related topics:

Accessibility

Top Searches:

PDF accessibility, convert PDF to Word, create PDF

0 comments

Leave a reply:

Have an urgent question? Post your question to our Ask an Expert forum for a faster response.

Fields marked with * are required.