Creating accessible PDF documents
This page provides general guidance on making PDF documents more accessible. Some of the points are linked to help guides, which explain how to implement the recommendation.
- Create the document in Word or PowerPoint using the advice provided within this resource.
- Save the document as pdf (use the method linked to here as other methods may not correctly convert the accessibility features you have used).
- Run an ######accessibility check within Adobe Acrobat##### to pick up any further issues.
PDF documents accessibility checklist
This list has been designed to assist you during the creation of a learning resource. You will need to use your own judgement about what is or isn’t appropriate, as this will change depending on your particular context.
Created using accessible checklists for Word and PowerPoint.
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