Adobe Acrobat: Apply Accessibility to Existing PDFs (Microsoft Teams Meeting)

Date(s) - 07/08/2021
10:30 am - 11:30 am


Acrobat Pro DC LogoAll Adobe PDF files must have accessibility applied to them. Applying accessibility in the source document (a Word file, for example) is the best way to help in this process as it lightens the amount of work you will be required to do in Acrobat after saving the document as a PDF. Whenever possible, always add accessibility to your documents at the source level. If you no longer have the source document available, Adobe Acrobat offers all the tools needed to apply accessibility.

In this training session, we will cover:

  • Working with the Tags, Order and Content panels
  • Tagging:
    • Text
    • Figures
    • Bullets/numbering
    • Tables
  • Artifacting objects
  • Adding alternate text to images
  • Correcting the reading order of objects
  • Correcting the tabbing order of objects
  • Creating bookmarks

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