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About accessibility

By making your PDF documents more accessible to users, you can broaden your readership and better meet government standards for accessibility. Accessibility in Acrobat 7.0 falls into two categories:

  • Accessibility features that help authors create accessible documents from new or existing PDF documents. These features include simple methods for checking accessibility and adding tags to PDF documents. (See “Looking at accessible documents” in this lesson.) In Acrobat Professional, you can also correct accessibility and reading-order problems in PDF files by editing the PDF file structure.

  • Accessibility features that help readers with motion or vision limitations to navigate and view PDF documents more easily. Many of these features can be adjusted by using a wizard, the Accessibility Setup Assistant. (See “Using the Accessibility Setup Assistant” in this lesson.)


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