This course is designed for beginners and covers: understanding Accessibility; Accessibility in pdf files; making an existing pdf file Accessible; creating an Accessible pdf file from Word; creating an Accessible pdf file from PowerPoint and Excel; and creating an Accessible pdf file from Adobe InDesign.
What Is Accessibility?, Accessibility Standards, Understanding The Experience Using A Screen Reader, Demonstrating The Experience Using The Jaws Pdf Reader
Setting Up And Getting Familiar With Acrobat Dc, Determining If A Pdf Meets The Accessibility Requirements, Becoming Familiar With The Pdf Remediation Workflow, Specifying Order, Considering Contrast Between Elements, Design Considerations
Exploring Pdf Remediation, Tagging Content Using The Order Pane, Using The Tags Pane, Working With The Content Pane, Artifacting Elements, Tagging Lists, Tagging Tables, Using The Table Editor, Adding Metadata, Adding Bookmarks, Adding Alternative Text, Creating Hyperlinks, Setting Tab Order, Validating The Pdf File, Using The Make Accessible Action, Making Your Own Action
Using Pdfmaker (Windows Only), Generating A Pdf File From Word On Mac (Mac Only), Considering Layout Options, Using Styles, Understanding Outline Levels, Working With Lists, Anchoring Images, Tagging Tables For Accessibility, Adding Hyperlinks, Creating A Table Of Contents, Inserting A Footnote, Required Touch-Ups After Conversion From Word
Adding Metadata In Excel And Powerpoint, Powerpoint Best Practices, Setting Logical Order
Generating The Pdf File, Considerations For Your Indesign Layout, Adding Appropriate Metadata In Indesign, Utilizing Indesign Styles, Taking Advantage Of Export Tagging, Controlling Tag Order Using The Articles Panel, Controlling Reflow Order, Working With Tables In Indesign, Adding Interactive Hyperlinks In Indesign, Adding Cross-References In Indesign, Creating And Tagging A Table Of Contents, Adding Alternative Text To Images And Graphics, Artifacting Objects In Indesign, Adding Pdf Bookmarks In Indesign