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Chapter SIXTEEN. Working with Multimedia > TIP 126: Using Media in Documents

TIP 126: Using Media in Documents

You can embed media files directly into PDF documents within Acrobat, or you can add the media to a source document—such as a Word document or a Web page—and then convert the file.

Considering Accessibility

One of the cornerstones of designing accessible content is including alternate versions of visual content. For users working with screen readers or other assistive devices, you have to provide the text equivalent of your visual content and captioning (if required). The media you're using determines your ability to embed text, verbal commentary, and captions, and you can't control this ability from within Acrobat.



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