Creating Accessible PDF’s from Office Documents

1 Day | Price: $449

Can everyone understand your message? Whether documents are created in Word, Acrobat other formats, can everyone use, navigate, and access your document's information? Learn essential steps of creating documents that are universally accessible to all.
1 – Accessibility Overview
  • What does Accessibility Mean?
  • Review compliance guideline websites
  • Best Practices
  • Errors as opposed to warnings
  • File names, styles and formatting
2 – Microsoft Office Accessibility
  • Word
    • Checking for accessibility and reviewing errors or warnings
    • Adding document information
    • Using Styles
    • Working with the Navigation pane
    • Adding alternate text to graphical elements
    • Accessible tables
    • Generating an accessible PDF
  • PowerPoint
    • Checking for accessibility and reviewing errors or warnings
    • Adding document information
    • Reviewing slides in Outline view
    • Alternate text for graphics, charts and SmartArt
    • Discussion and best practices
    • Save as Image
    •  Slide layouts and slide titles
    • Using the Selection Pane
    • Generating an accessible PDF
  • Excel
    • Checking for accessibility and reviewing errors or warnings
    • Adding document information
    • Sheet tab names
    • Defining header rows
3 – Acrobat PDF accessibility and compliance
  • Running an accessibility check and reviewing the report
  • Reviewing document properties
  • Specifying alternate text for graphics
  • Working with the tags panel, content panel
  • Understanding and tagging content properly
  • Add tags to content
  • Using the Table Editor
  • Reviewing and modifying the reading order
  • Using the Touch Up Read Order tool
  • Using Read Out Loud
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