- What is accessibility?
- The screen reader experience
- Setting up Acrobat DC
- PDF remediation workflow
- Tagging content, including lists and tables
- Adding metadata, bookmarks, and alt text
- Generating a PDF with Microsoft Word and Adobe InDesign
- Creating accessible PDFs from PowerPoint and Excel
- Adding hyperlinks
- Controlling tag and reading order
- Adding cross-references and tables of contents
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Chad] Hi there. I'm Chad Chelius and welcome to the 2018 edition of Creating Accessible PDFs. In this course, I'll show you how to take an existing PDF file and make it accessible along with using source Microsoft Office files and Adobe InDesign files, and exporting them to the accessible PDF format. We're going to start by taking an existing PDF file that contains no accessibility information whatsoever and remediating that file to make it compliant for users of assisted software.
Next, we'll dive into working with those source files, namely Word and Adobe InDesign, with a little bit of Excel and PowerPoint sprinkled in there. Throughout this course, I'll show you techniques, tips, and tricks on how to generate an accessible PDF file. I'll also show you a bunch of new features found in Acrobat, Word, and InDesign that have made the process of creating accessible PDF files much easier than in previous versions. I'm excited to have you with me, so let's go ahead and get started.
1. Understanding Accessibility
2. Accessibility in PDF Files
3. Make an Existing PDF File Accessible
4. Create an Accessible PDF File from Word
5. Create an Accessible PDF File from Powerpoint and Excel
6. Create an Accessible PDF File from Adobe InDesign
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