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16<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:260px; top:35px;"><span id="f1" style="font-size:11px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">Making PDF Accessible with Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro</span></div>
17<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:431px; top:71px;"><span id="f1" style="font-size:15px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">Introduction</span></div>
18<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:100px;"><span id="f1" style="font-size:13px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">PDF Accessibility</span></div>
19<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:122px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">A document or application is accessible if it can be used by people with disabilities—such as mobility</span></div>
20<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:134px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">impairments, blindness, and low vision—and not just by people who can see well and use a mouse.</span></div>
21<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:146px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">Accessibility features in Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader, and Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) make</span></div>
22<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:158px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">it easier for people with disabilities to use PDF documents and forms, with or without the aid of assistive</span></div>
23<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:170px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">software and devices such as screen readers, screen magnifiers, and braille printers.</span></div>
24<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:187px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">Making PDFs accessible tends to benefit all users. For example, the underlying document structure that</span></div>
25<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:199px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">makes it possible for a screen reader to properly read a PDF out loud also makes it possible for a mobile</span></div>
26<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:211px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">device to correctly reflow and display the document on a small screen. Similarly, the preset tab order of an</span></div>
27<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:223px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">accessible PDF form helps all users—not just users with mobility impairments—fill the form more easily.</span></div>
28<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:245px;"><span id="f1" style="font-size:13px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">Each PDF File is Different</span></div>
29<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:267px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">Not all PDFs are the same. PDF files are created in a variety of ways, from a variety of applications, and for a</span></div>
30<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:279px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">variety of purposes. In addition to applying the proper accessibility enhancements to PDF documents,</span></div>
31<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:291px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">achieving your accessibility goals for an individual PDF file requires understanding the nature of the PDF</span></div>
32<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:303px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">and the uses for which it is intended.</span></div>
33<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:320px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">Using this guide, you will learn how to assess existing PDF files for certain characteristics which influence</span></div>
34<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:332px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">their accessibility. The order in which this assessment is conducted is important. By following these</span></div>
35<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:344px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">procedures in the recommended order, users can efficiently proceed through the analysis of a PDF file in a</span></div>
36<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:356px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">systematic fashion. Systematically ruling out or confirming certain characteristics which a PDF file may</span></div>
37<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:368px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">possess will guide you to the most appropriate next step for making an individual PDF accessible </span><span id="f3" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(45,47,146,1);">(See</span></div>
38<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:380px;"><span id="f3" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(45,47,146,1);">“Acrobat 9 Pro PDF Accessibility Repair Workflow” on page 5).</span></div>
39<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:397px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">This guide also discusses techniques for converting source files to accessible PDF. Using the Adobe</span></div>
40<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:409px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">PDFMaker with Microsoft Word as an example, this guide provides best practices for designing your source</span></div>
41<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:421px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">document with accessibility in mind so that the original document can be efficiently transformed into an</span></div>
42<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:433px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">accessible PDF version </span><span id="f3" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(45,47,146,1);">(See “Creating Accessible PDF Files Using Authoring Applications” on page 53).</span></div>
43<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:460px;"><span id="f1" style="font-size:9px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">Note:</span></div>
44<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:126px; top:460px;"><span id="f1" style="font-size:9px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">These Best Practices techniques assume the user has access to Adobe Acrobat Pro 9 or</span></div>
45<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:126px; top:472px;"><span id="f1" style="font-size:9px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro Extended for Windows. Adobe Reader 9 and Adobe Acrobat 9</span></div>
46<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:126px; top:484px;"><span id="f1" style="font-size:9px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">Standard do not have the complete set of tools needed to create and validate PDF</span></div>
47<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:126px; top:496px;"><span id="f1" style="font-size:9px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">documents for accessibility.</span></div>
48<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:89px; top:528px;"><span id="f1" style="font-size:13px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">Two Workflows for Creating Accessible PDF Files</span></div>
49<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:550px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">The PDF format is a destination file format. PDF files are typically created in some other application. What</span></div>
50<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:562px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">this means is that the author who is concerned with PDF accessibility will be confronted with one of two</span></div>
51<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:574px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">situations:</span></div>
52<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:108px; top:588px;"><span id="f4" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">• Individuals working with an existing PDF file will want to know how to edit/update it to be</span></div>
53<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:126px; top:600px;"><span id="f4" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">an accessible PDF file.</span></div>
54<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:108px; top:620px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">• Authors will want to know how to use some other software application, such as a word processing</span></div>
55<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:126px; top:632px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">or desktop publishing application, to generate an accessible PDF file from that application if</span></div>
56<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:126px; top:644px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">possible.</span></div>
57<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:666px;"><span id="f1" style="font-size:11px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">Making an Existing PDF File Accessible</span></div>
58<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:684px;"><span id="f3" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(45,47,146,1);">“Acrobat 9 Pro PDF Accessibility Repair Workflow” on page 5 </span><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">provides a step-by-step approach for</span></div>
59<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:90px; top:696px;"><span id="f2" style="font-size:10px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">analyzing PDF files and making them accessible based upon that analysis.</span></div>
60<div class="txt" style="position:absolute; left:302px; top:748px;"><span id="f1" style="font-size:11px;vertical-align:baseline;color:rgba(0,0,0,1);">1</span></div>
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