Spotless Interactive

Accessible PDF training

Spotless Interactive
In Victoria

£345
+ VAT
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Typology Short course
Methodology Inhouse
Location Victoria
Duration 1 Day
  • Short course
  • Inhouse
  • Victoria
  • Duration:
    1 Day
Description

On successful completion of this course, participants will: Have an understanding of the tagging tools available in Adobe Acrobat Know how to begin making Adobe PDF forms accessible Be able to set the read order of tags Add descriptive text for forms, tables, links and image such as graphs Comfortable converting word documents to PDF and identifying issues and correcting tagging and markup Be able to Enable settings for text access for screen reader devices.
Suitable for: You should be familiar with using Adobe Acrobat and have a clear understanding of working with HTML tags and knowledge of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and Web Standards.

Facilities (1)
Where and when
Starts Location
On request
Victoria
Gillingham House, 38-34 Gillingham St., SW1V 1HU, London, England
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Starts On request
Location
Victoria
Gillingham House, 38-34 Gillingham St., SW1V 1HU, London, England
See map

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· Requirements

You should be familiar with using Adobe Acrobat and have a clear understanding of working with HTML tags and knowledge of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and Web Standards.

Course programme

This one day Accessible PDF training course is designed for people who want to know how to make web PDF content accessible and for anyone who is involved in the PDF creation and design process.

This one day Accessible PDF training course provides delegates with practical examples, comprehensive notes, guidelines and sources of reference.

The course can be tailored to meet the needs of your team and your organisation, but typical course content includes:

  • Overview of Accessibility in Adobe Acrobat
  • Making Adobe PDF forms accessible
  • Setting the read order of tags in the document
  • Adding descriptive text for forms, tables, links and image such as graphs
  • Converting word documents to PDF and identifying issues and correcting tagging and markup
  • Enabling settings for text access for screen reader devices
  • Making documents pass the Accessibility checker
  • Tagging scanned documents


Additional information

Contact person: Ben Logan

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