by Andrew Kirkpatrick

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March 23, 2009

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The Paciello Group is doing a series of free webinars on PDF and Flash accessibility. The first webinar on PDF accessibility and WCAG 2.0 was recorded for asynchronous viewing, and the slides from the PDF accessibility talk are available for download.
Next week there are two additional webinars. March 31 the topic is Flash accessibility and WCAG 2.0, and April 1 the topic is PDF forms and WCAG 2.0 (Correction: the PDF Forms webinar is April 8. See the Paciellogroup blog for complete information).
All of the 90-minute webinars are captioned as real-time events (using Adobe Acrobat Connect) and the captions are included in the recorded sessions.
The webinars will be held at noon Eastern time at You can find out more about the webinars at the Paciello Group’s blog – see the post titled The Paciello Group and Adobe Present WCAG 2.0 Accessibility Webinars for Flash and PDF for more information. Set your calendars!


  • By Livio Mondini - 6:45 AM on March 24, 2009  

    Sorry in advance for my poor english. I am trying to solve a big problem. In
    Italy, some law require electronic books for school, and accessibility.
    Traditional workflow of publishers is directed only to the press, structure and semantics are unknown.
    My problem: this publishers not working with word and Maybe Xpress or Indesign, each with its own characteristics, but with an identical
    issue: all work with personal paragraph styles, not with Heading1, Heading2
    ecc of
    Maybe exist a map of automatic converted styles? From and PDF procedure is transparent, but for all personalized styles is necessary work with role mapping. Maybe a Indesign template for mapping to styles and obtain automatic accessible PDF?
    A strange issue: if i work with role mapping in PDF, after this PDF is read
    only and reflow stop working. Why?
    Livio Mondini