- [Instructor] As you're well aware by now, … every figure in an accessible PDF file … needs to contain alternative text … that provides a contextual description … of what the figure is about, … so we can do that directly inside of Microsoft Word, … and that way each time we export that PDF file, … the alternate text will be automatically completed, … and we won't have to do any work … regarding alternative text beyond that, … so what I'm going to do is … I have the alternative Word document already open, … and I'm going to start right here on the cover page … with the Landon Hotel logo, … so to add alternative text … I'm just going to click on that to make it active, … and then I'm going to right-click and choose Format Picture. … Now, over here on the right, … you're going to get a Format Picture pane that opens up, … and you're going to want to click … on the third icon here from the left up at the top, … and then you're going to open up the Alt Text category here, … and the title is not required, but the description is, …
- What is accessibility?
- The screen reader experience
- Setting up Acrobat DC
- PDF remediation workflow
- Tagging content, including lists and tables
- Adding metadata, bookmarks, and alt text
- Generating a PDF with Microsoft Word and Adobe InDesign
- Creating accessible PDFs from PowerPoint and Excel
- Adding hyperlinks
- Controlling tag and reading order
- Adding cross-references and tables of contents
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Understanding Accessibility
2. Accessibility in PDF Files
3. Make an Existing PDF File Accessible
4. Create an Accessible PDF File from Word
5. Create an Accessible PDF File from Powerpoint and Excel
6. Create an Accessible PDF File from Adobe InDesign
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