Re: Off topic, accessible books,
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What school do you go to? Is it in the U.S.? The only reason I’m asking is because often small schools who don’t have the resources or knowledge to get books in the correct formats for students will contract with larger universities who do. You could even contact some larger universities yourself and see what they might be able to help you with.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Pablo Morales
Sent: Sunday, August 13, 2017 5:02 AM
Subject: Re: Off topic, accessible books,
Hi Richard and all,
My problem is that the accessibility department doesn’t want to do this. They don’t apply headings on word documents. They just do not understand why headings hierarchy are important. I have been in this battle for a few years. The other problem is that for some reason, other reason that I don’t want to know. My school published the titles and ISBN of the books required a few days, and my classes starts tomorrow.
I will hire someone to do this. I was looking if you guys know any company able to do this.
Thanks any way,
I'm sorry you are in this situation.
does your school have a Disabled Student Services office?
Are they not able to help more?
Otherwise, it sounds like you would have to hire someone to do this manually since the publisher did not provide you with a good version with the headings. That is simply awful.