Adobe Acrobat Accessible PDFs
with Adobe InDesign

Course Overview

In this course, you will learn about the Indesign tools and features required to create a PDF document more accessible for persons with disabilities. Take a closer look at the layout and design principles and practices and how they affect the construction of a document intended for an accessible PDF. You will use Adobe InDesign to build the structure of an accessible document and then use Adobe Acrobat to enhance, check and correct any conversion issues.

Knowledge and experience using Adobe InDesign CS6 or CC, and Adobe Acrobat X/XI or Adobe CC is suggested.

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Course InformationRelated Training

Duration: One-Day Course
Platform: Windows and Macintosh
Fee: Call for information 

We recommend one to eight people for this course.

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InDesign Tools and Features

Working with Adobe Acrobat

Application Overview: Adobe Acrobat DC

Adobe Acrobat DC software enables you to reliably create electronic versions of your documents from virtually any application while maintaining the exact look and feel of the original document. You can then distribute, combine, secure and add interactivity to Adobe PDF documents. Users can use the free Adobe Reader to view and print your document without the need of the original software that your document was created in.

Note: If you will be using Acrobat XI or Acrobat X or previous versions such as Acrobat 9 Professional or Standard and Acrobat 8 Professional or Standard, please contact DPA to obtain more information to insure DPA Adobe Acrobat training will fulfill your goals.

Users: Creative, Engineering, Finance, IT, Legal, Marketing and Admin Professionals as well as anyone who needs reliable electronic versions of their documents.