While you may already know how to make PDF files in a jiffy, have you ever wondered if your documents were easily readable by those who use assistive technologies with their devices? Be it a software screen reader, a braille interpreter, or some other system, it is important to keep these in mind when creating a PDF. In this video tutorial, you will learn how to get started with Adobe Acrobat’s built-in accessibility settings that can quickly make your new and existing documents readable to as many people as possible.
If you want to get into the more advanced aspects of document accessibility, check out the complete course on LinkedIn Learning! Prefer in-person training? Join us in Fondren Library East for a live version of the above course on November 6 at 2 PM. Register now!
03/10/2020: Updated course link from Lynda.com to LinkedIn Learning