Acrobat XI accessibility checker guide

Learn how to use the Accessibility Checker in Acrobat XI Pro to determine if persons with disabilities can access PDF.

By Adobe – November 17, 2014

 

In this tutorial, learn how to use the accessibility checking tools in Acrobat XI Pro to identify many issues in PDF documents related to accessibility, including the use of alternative text on images, the presence of tags, document language, and fonts that can be mapped reliably to Unicode text. From the Accessibility Checker, it's possible to choose which kinds of accessibility issues to look for. There are also options to view and save results.

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Determine how easily persons with disabilities can access PDF documents with the Adobe Acrobat XI Pro Accessibility Checker

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