Hello there. Here where I work, I have to do this a lot as part of my
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job, and unfortunately, when this happens, I have to request sighted
help, because there are certain things that I cannot do with respect
to making the PDF fully accessible. You can mark up documents in Word,
and save it as a PDF. The heading levels, lists table of cntents, etc.
all work properly, but the issue comes when trying to add edit fields,
check boxes, drop downs and other form controls.
On 12/16/20, Richard Turner <email@example.com> wrote:
Here are some of the results I received when searching with DuckDuckGo.com.
I put the link to the full search results at the end:
Create accessible PDFs - Office Support
Before generating your PDF, run the Accessibility Checker to make sure your
document is easy for people of all abilities to access and edit. Click the
File tab, and then click Save As. In the Save As dialog box, click the arrow
in the Save as type list, and then click PDF.
The PDF Accessibility Guide: How to Make Your Portable ...
How to create accessible PDFs distilled into four bullet points: Use
Microsoft Word 2016 and Adobe Acrobat Pro DC Structure your content and
elements correctly inside Word Clean up and enhance the...
Create and verify PDF accessibility, Acrobat Pro
From the Actions List, click Make Accessible. The right-hand pane changes to
display each task included in the Make Accessible action, as well as the
instructions to execute the action. Select the files that you want to apply
the Make Accessible action to. By default, the action runs on the document
that's currently open.
Creating Accessible Forms in Word and PDF
A Note about PDF Form Creation There are many file formats you can choose to
begin building forms. In this document we will cover building simple Word
forms, and building PDF forms beginning with a Microsoft Word document. If
you create forms from other base file formats (InDesign, QuarkXPress,
etc...) many of the principles for
Training in creating accessible PDF forms, including ...
Online training. Please note that this course is now available online.
Overview. This course covers all aspects of creating accessible PDF forms,
using InDesign or Word together with Acrobat Pro, from design and layout
issues to tagging, validation and testing. Example completed form from this
course (PDF 92KB) Core topics
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: Wednesday, December 16, 2020 7:05 AM
Subject: Filling out .'df forms with JAWS?
My employer wants to know whether there is a way to code pdf's so that JAWS
can recognize the form fields and accept a response. I presume this is
possible? what has to be done in order to make it happen?
Thanks for the help,