Exporting the improved tagged PDFs


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Exporting the improved tagged PDFs

When you're creating a PDF that will be read by a wide variety of people, it's important to consider others who may have impaired vision or other disabilities that may be relying on screen readers to read out loud the contents of the page. To accommodate the widest amount of people, it is important to create a tagged or accessible PDF. When you add tags to your document you're adding an underlying organizational structure that helps people with disabilities without changing the appearance of your layout. US Section 508 Accessibility Compliance requires federal agencies to make their electronic and information technology accessible to people with disabilities.

This ensures equal access for everyone. If you work for a federal agency or create documents for them, you are often required to do this. Accessibility can mean captions on videos or even alternate text for images on web sites or PDFs. Tagged PDFs are a big part of this. Right now, I'm inside InDesign CS5.5, but I want...

Exporting the improved tagged PDFs
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Exporting the improved tagged PDFs provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by James Fritz as part of the InDesign CS5.5 New Features

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