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Accessible PDFs: Starting with Your Source Document

Kelly Rushing


Kelly Rushing

University of South Alabama

What you'll learn:

To create accessible PDFs, you need to start with the source document (Word, PowerPoint, or Excel) to correct accessibility issues before converting to PDF. During this webcast, learn common steps you can take to make the source document accessible, as well as the best way to convert to a PDF using your Acrobat tools to have a more successful conversion. Watch this webcast to learn:

  1. Why making your source document accessible is important.
  2. How to structure your source document correctly for accessibility.
  3. How to use your Acrobat tools for conversion to PDF.


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