Learning the Fundamentals of PDF Accessibility Step by Step - L200

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Document accessibility begins with a good foundation. Join Accessible Document Specialist Dax Castro in this follow-along lab as he unravels PDF accessibility step by step. His clear approach to accessibility basics, from accessibility standards to the toolsets in Acrobat, will have you quickly “walking the tags tree” with confidence.

As Dax guides you through the basics of PDF accessibility, you’ll learn:

  • Accessibility standards and how they differ: PDF/UA, Section 508, AODA, and more
  • How to navigate the Acrobat accessibility toolsets
  • Understanding basic tag structure: How to “walk the tags tree” and what that even means
  • Differences between the Content, Tags, and Order panels

Technical Level: Beginner

Session Type: Lab

Category: How To

Track: Graphic Design, Collaboration and Productivity

Audience: Government, Graphic Designer, Print Designer, Web Designer

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