Time: 9AM - 4PM Eastern Time (ET)
Duration: 3 Days
Compatible with DC
In this course, you will learn how to: Make existing PDFs more accessible; Comply with WCAG 2.1 AA guidelines; Comply with the PDF U/A specification; Add accessibility features from the source document when possible; Ensure compliance of form elements and processes; Evaluate accessibility and compliance and repair issues.
Eliquo’s courses are COVID19 - Live Web-based Delivery available via live web-based delivery. If you are concerned about attending a training session in our Ottawa classrooms, you may attend your course remotely from home or your workplace. Please select the web-based location option when registering for a course.
Public Class Schedule
May 11 - May 13 $
Web-based (Opens in new window) English
May 11 - May 13 $
Brief review Types of disabilities Assistive technologies WCAG 2.1 Assistive tools in Acrobat DC and Adobe Reader Accessibility preferences Replacing document colours Using the Read Out Loud feature Using keyboard navigation Using auto scroll Using the Reflow view PDF U/A What is PDF U/A? Comparing PDF U/A and WCAG 2.1 Which should you use? Achieving conformance for both Version and Conformance Document requirements Technology requirements PDF U/A 7.1 General Tagging content Creating artifacts Flickering content, contrast, colour, formatting and layout Document title requirements Working with scanned documents Related WCAG criteria and techniques PDF U/A 7.2 Text Logical reading order Character encoding Natural language Related WCAG criteria and techniques PDF U/A 7.3 Graphics Tagging graphics Creating artifacts Providing alternative text Related WCAG criteria and techniques PDF U/A 7.4 Headings Permissible headings Heading structure Related WCAG criteria and techniques PDF U/A 7.5 Tables Proper use of tables Table structure Table heading requirements Related WCAG criteria and techniques PDF U/A 7.6 Lists Proper use of lists List structure List requirements Related WCAG criteria and techniques Other PDF U/A and WCAG 2.1 requirements Page headers and footers Footnotes and references Articles Navigation Annotations (i.e. comments and links) Use of fonts Creating PDFs with accessibility in mind Working with authoring tools such as Adobe InDesign and Microsoft Word Structuring your document in the source file Exporting with accessibility options enabled Testing the resulting PDF for accessibility Understanding and repairing issues in Acrobat DC Working with form elements Choosing the right controls Tagging form elements Associating labels to controls Tabbing order and keyboard navigation Providing tooltips and screen reader text Field restrictions such as required fields and formatting Working with user input and providing feedback Working with actions Related PDF/UA and WCAG documentation
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