June 29, 2011

Help people with disabilities access your PDFs

Check out a live demo/Q&A session this Friday at noon Pacific:

Creating Accessible PDFs using InDesign CS5.5 .  In this session Noha Edell shows how to use new features in InDesign CS5.5 to create PDF documents that people with disabilities can access more effectively.

With InDesign CS5.5, you can:

  • Ensure content flows in the expected order using the new Articles panel
  • More easily add, edit and view alt text attributes that are associated with an image or object
  • Be confident that accessible tables and lists are automatically generated

With Acrobat X Pro, you can:

  • Add finishing touches to the exported PDF to ensure a successful accessibility full check
  • Never forget a step – guided Actions streamline the accessibility verification and checking process
Posted by John Nack at 11:02 AM on June 29, 2011

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