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One thing to try is to
go to the file menu in Adobe Reader PC and select the option to
save the document as a text file. This will open the document
in Notepad as a .txt file and eliminate all those page breaks,
and you should then be able to read the document from beginning
On 7/16/2021 3:04 PM, Chris Hill wrote:
I sure can't think of anything else to try. If I were in that
situation, I'd use k1000 to scan the document and hope it didn't
scan too bad.
On 7/16/2021 12:30, Laura R wrote:
I have a 150 page PDF which is tagged and passed the
accessibility checker and PDF/UA checkers.
However, when I test it in Adobe Reader on JAWS, JAWS reads
to the bottom of the page and stops. Hitting the arrow key
just repeats the last word on the page like it's reached the
end of the document. CTRL + Page Down does advance you to the
next page, but takes you to the last line on the next page
which is obviously far from an ideal experience for the end
user. Insert + Down Arrow (Say All) only reads current page.
I have tried changing the accessibility and reading settings
to (a) read the entire document, (b) large documents read
current page and changing size of large document to a minimum
of 200 pgs (longer than this pdf), and (c) read single page
continuous. None of them worked.
The document is due to my client today and would be good to
go if not for this weird issue. In 10 years of pdf
remediation, I've never encountered this problem before.
Because I have an NDA, I cannot share the file.