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PDF Remediation Checklist

Why Add Tags?

Tags identify each element in a document, such as headings, paragraphs, form fields, images, links, and tables. Tags help screen reader users read the document logically and keyboard users navigate through the document with ease. Both Word and InDesign can automatically add tags...Read more

Word Select Review . Select Language . Select Language Preferences . Set the language. Select OK . InDesign

Language settings are found under Paragraph Style...Read more

A Web-Accessible PDF document must have a clear, meaningful title at the beginning. The title briefly describes what the document is about. It helps readers quickly decide whether they want to read it.

First, make sure your document has a title . Then...Read more

Accessible websites are designed to be usable by anyone, regardless of device, language, culture, location, or physical or mental ability. Specifically, web accessibility is a set of practices, choices, and standards aimed at making websites that people with a diverse range of hearing, movement...Read more