Microsoft Word 2016 Non-Text Elements

Microsoft Word 2016 Non-Text Elements

Adobe Acrobat DC Accessibility - Metadata, Reading Order, Links James Thompson, Accessibility Consultant October 26, 2017 Download example documents to follow along: http:// info.levelaccess.com/1026-Webinar-Example-Documents .html This webinar is scheduled to begin at 2pm Eastern / 11am Pacific Audio is provided through the webinar platform via your computers speakers, or there is an optional conference line: (805) 309-2350, Code: 14930# (please note this is a toll call) Webinar Features Adobe Acrobat DC Accessibility - Metadata, Reading Order, Links Real-time Captioning: Captions are provided in the captioning pod

(upper right). In the event we experience any issues with the pod, we will ensure that the recording of todays session is closed captioned. Todays Session is Being Recorded: Link to slides, recording, and transcript will go out via email next week. Questions: Time will be provided at the end of the webinar for questions. Please submit questions via the Chat pod (Keyboard: Ctrl + Semicolon) 2 | October 26, 2017 levelaccess.com | (800) 899-9659 | [email protected] Adobe Acrobat DC Accessibility Series Make sure to register for the remaining webinars in the PDF Basics series!

November 9th Non-Text Elements: This webinar will demonstrate adding informative alternative text to meaningful images, alternative text for symbols, and creating artifacts. November 21st Data Tables: This webinar will focus on tagging simple and complex tables using the Touch Up Reading Order Table Editor tool. December 7th Forms: Participants will learn how to create accessible text fields, checkboxes and radio buttons. We will also discuss adding labels and best practices for form controls. December 21st Page Structure: Participants will learn how to review and edit role mappings for custom styles, use correct heading structure, and correctly tag changes in natural language. January 4th Accessibility Checker: We will demonstrate how to use the PDF Action Wizard as well as the PDF Full Check tool. Participants will learn how to analyze results of an accessibility full check in order to create an accessible PDF document. 3 | October 26, 2017 levelaccess.com | (800) 899-9659 |

[email protected] Requirements Adobe Acrobat DC Accessibility - Metadata, Reading Order, Links Ensure that document content is rendered in the proper order Ensure non-distinct header and footer content are labeled as artifacts Provide a context sensitive document title Ensure links are tagged structurally as links with a Link OBJR tag 4 | October 26, 2017 levelaccess.com | (800) 899-9659 | [email protected]

Reading Order Adobe Acrobat DC Accessibility - Metadata, Reading Order, Links 5 | October 26, 2017 levelaccess.com | (800) 899-9659 | [email protected] Header and Footer Content Adobe Acrobat DC Accessibility - Metadata, Reading Order, Links Change tag to artifact Only tag non-distinct header and footer content Converting headers and footers

from word will automatically create artifacts in a tagged PDF 6 | October 26, 2017 levelaccess.com | (800) 899-9659 | [email protected] Page Title Adobe Acrobat DC Accessibility - Metadata, Reading Order, Links Provide a context sensitive page title Ensure document title is rendered (not file name)

7 | October 26, 2017 levelaccess.com | (800) 899-9659 | [email protected] Tagging Links Adobe Acrobat DC Accessibility - Metadata, Reading Order, Links Ensure links are tagged structurally as links with a Link OBJR tag 8 | October 26, 2017 levelaccess.com |

(800) 899-9659 | [email protected] Metadata, Reading Order, Links Resources Adobe InDesign Accessibility F AQ Adobe InDesign Accessibility Creating Accessible PDFs from Adobe InDesign University of Washington InDesign Accessibility Accessi bility at Penn State 9 | October 26, 2017 levelaccess.com

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