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Preparing Accessible PDFs with Adobe InDesign CS5.5: Part II
Part II: Exporting and Finalizing Your PDF. Take a step-by-step look at the new features in InDesign CS5.5 and Acrobat X Pro that make preparing files for accessibility a much faster, easier, and more efficient process.
Preparing Accessible PDFs with Adobe InDesign CS5.5: Part I
Part I: New Accessibility Features in InDesign CS5.5. Take a step-by-step look at the new features in InDesign CS5.5 that make preparing files for accessibility a much faster, easier, and more efficient process.
Opening and Reading PDF Documents with Accessibility Tools
Adobe Software Engineer Pete De Vasto demonstrates how users can open and navigate through PDF files using accessibility tools.
Preparing InDesign Files for Accessibility
Use InDesign and Acrobat Professional to create accessible content for persons with disabilities such as blindness, low vision, or limited mobility. Michael Murphy, Adobe Certified Expert, shows how InDesign can add structure, logical read order, and alternate text to graphics in documents that will be exported to PDF. With some added touch up using Acrobat Professional, these documents can be read using assistive technology such as screen readers and screen magnifiers.
Acrobat: Adding Table Headers With Table Editor
If your PDF contains data tables, ensure that they have table headers defined, as those table headers allow screen reader users to understand tabular cell contents more easily. Acrobat 9 Professional's Table Editor can assist in this.
Acrobat: Using the Touch Up Reading Order tool
The Touch Up Reading Order tool in Acrobat 9 Professional is indispensable in PDF Accessibility workflows, but it does a lot more than touching up reading order -- view some more of it capabilities in this brief introduction.