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Acrobat 7.0 Professional: Viewing the results of adding tags

While Acrobat can track the structure of most page elements and tag them appropriately, as you saw in the prior section of the lesson, pages with complex layouts or unusual elements may not always result in successfully tagged PDF documents and may require editing. When you tag a PDF file using Acrobat Professional, Acrobat returns a confidence log report in the How To window that lists pages where problems were encountered and suggestions for fixing them.


It's a good idea to check these items in the PDF document to determine what corrections if any, need to be made. Use the report to navigate to the problem areas of your PDF document by clicking the links for each error. Then use the TouchUp Reading Order tool to correct the problem.

The confidence log report is a temporary file and can't be saved. The Full Check feature generates an accessibility report that can be saved.


Editing the reading order

As you saw in the prior section of the lesson, when the Add Tags to Document command finishes in Acrobat Professional, an Add Tags Report is displayed to the right of the document pane. As you look at this report, you see that the figures are missing alternate text. You'll add this text, but first you'll correct the reading order.


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