The tagged PDF feature creates Adobe PDF files from FrameMaker with logical document structure and extensive metadata for repurposing content. Logical structure refers to the organization of the document, such as the title page, chapters, sections, and subsections.
Tagged Adobe PDF provides the following capabilities:
Tagged Adobe PDF files include author content, such as pages, articles, paragraphs, tables, and graphics in anchored frames. Tagged PDF files do not include the following information found in standard PDF files:
With the Accessibility preferences enabled, you will be prompted to provide relevant accessibility information. As you add each text box, you'll be asked to provide a label, the tab index, and an access key. All of this information makes the form significantly easier to navigate for people with disabilities. In the following example, you'll see how to create a simple training registration form.
The Generate Tagged PDF option works only if you’re using Acrobat Distiller 5.05 or later.
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