Preparing Accessible PDFs with Adobe InDesign CS5.5: Part I

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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.
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Preparing Accessible PDFs with Adobe InDesign CS5.... 00:27:58
 
  • InDesign
 
Preparing Accessible PDFs with Adobe InDesign CS5.... 00:18:43
 
  • InDesign
 
Opening and Reading PDF Documents with Accessibili... 00:06:42
 
 
Creating Accessible Content with Flash Professiona... 02:09:16
 
  • Flash Professional
 
HTML Accessibility with Dreamweaver 01:02:12
 
  • Dreamweaver
 
Preparing InDesign Files for Accessibility 00:38:41
 
  • InDesign
  • Creative Suite Design Premium
 
Accessible artwork in Photoshop 00:06:50
 
  • Photoshop
 
Navigating an Accessible PDF Document (Part 1) 00:03:57
 
 
Navigating an Accessible PDF Document (Part 2) 00:05:34
 
 
Ensuring Your PDF is Accessible 00:04:38
 
 
Creating an Accessible PDF File 00:06:32
 
 
Flex and Accessibility by Giorgio Natili 01:02:13
 
 
Acrobat: Using the Touch Up Reading Order tool 00:00:37
 
 
Acrobat: Finding Tags from Selections 00:01:06
 
 
Acrobat: Changing Tag Type with Tag Panel 00:01:10
 
 
Acrobat: Viewing or Modifying Tag Roles 00:01:35
 
 
Acrobat: Setting Security for Accessibility 00:01:41
 
 
Acrobat: Setting Up PDF Maker in Word 00:01:41
 
 
Acrobat: Using the Headers Attribute 00:01:53
 
 
Acrobat: Labeling Radio Buttons for Accessibility 00:01:56
 
 
Acrobat: Adding Headings to your PDF 00:02:07
 
 
Acrobat: Removing Content from the Tags Tree 00:02:17
 
 
Acrobat: Adding Table Headers With Table Editor 00:02:19
 
 
Acrobat: Adding Text Alternatives to Images 00:02:31
 
 
Acrobat: Setting Tab Order for Form Controls 00:02:26
 
 
Acrobat: Running Form Field Recognition 00:02:27
 
 
Acrobat: Setting Document Language 00:02:29
 
 
Acrobat: Changing the Specified Reading Order 00:02:55
 
 
Acrobat: Magnifying Text vs. Scanned Documents 00:03:32
 
 
Acrobat: Determining if a Document is Tagged 00:02:42
 
 
Acrobat: Examining Tags With the TURO Tool 00:03:32
 
 
Acrobat: Creating an Accessibility Report 00:03:33
 
 
Acrobat: Using Optical Character Recognition 00:04:17
 
 
Acrobat: Adding Form Controls 00:04:34
 
 
Acrobat: Adding Text Alternatives to Images 00:07:11
 
 
Acrobat: Tagging PDF Content as a Table 00:07:22
 
 
Accessibility Basics: Making Websites Useful for M... 01:02:49
 
  • Dreamweaver
 
Building Accessible Content in Flash CS4 Professio... 01:03:59
 
  • Creative Suite Design Premium
  • Flash Professional
  • Flex SDK
 
Accessible Web Development Practices 01:00:00
 
  • Dreamweaver
  • Creative Suite Design Premium
  • Creative Suite Web Premium
 
Accessible video and SWF content for Flash 01:00:00
 
  • Flash Professional
 
Building Accessible Flex and Adobe AIR Application... 01:00:00
 
  • AIR
  • Flex SDK
  • Flash Builder
 
Building Accessible LiveCycle Forms 01:00:00
 
  • LiveCycle
 
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