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092 Adding ALT tags to your images

092 Adding ALT tags to your images: InDesign Secrets
092 Adding ALT tags to your images: InDesign Secrets

Just because a document is placed on a website doesn't mean it is optimized for everyone to read it. This is especially true for articles with images. People with visual impairments require screen readers to access content on the web, and if the document does not have ALT tags for the images, if will not read it properly. This tutorial will show you how adding ALT tags to your images in InDesign will make it easier for people with visual impairments to read and understand your document.

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Skill Level Intermediate
28h 53m
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