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June 1, 2011 /How-To's /

Community Insights: Ensuring Your PDF is Accessible

Join Duff Johnson, Donna Baker, Lori Kassuba and Dave Austen from the Acrobat User Community for this 36-minute on-demand seminar on how to create accessible PDF files from numerous applications like Microsoft Word, InDesign CS5.5, FrameMaker 10, and RoboHelp 9. Learn why creating accessible documents is important and common misconceptions; How to create an accessible document from Microsoft Word using Adobe Acrobat X; Find out more on the new functionality for creating tagged PDFs from the latest version of Adobe InDesign CS 5.5; Gain gives some post-processing tips for accessible PDF.

Did you know that every dollar you spend on creating accessible PDF documents is also a dollar spent on SEO? For no extra cost, you can improve your web site’s SEO at the same time you make your PDF documents more accessible to people with disabilities. Accessible PDF files provide many benefits including use with assistive technology, re-flow on mobile devices, search engine optimization, and re-purposing of content.

Ready to get started? Check out the video, “Ensuring Your PDF is Accessible,” here:

After watching this video, you are sure to have additional questions. Tune into a LiveQ&A on June 15 with several Acrobat experts who will answer questions about accessibility and Acrobat X, for more info on the session, check it out here.

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Comments

  • By criminal attorney wv - 7:09 PM on June 9, 2011  

    This was very helpful to my understanding of a number of accessibility issues.

    • By Adobe - 1:23 PM on June 14, 2011  

      Acrobat Pro does provide a full checker against PDF, Section 508 and WCAG guidelines