If you have already have InDesign templates that you are using, or you would like to begin creating templates for such things as meeting minutes, event posters, annual reports, application forms, etc. – this is the webinar for you! In this one-hour webinar, participants will learn how to make well-designed and accessible templates, as well as how to maximize the built-in features of InDesign to do this in a quick and streamlined way.
In this 4-hour training we cover more advanced in-depth topics of working and reformatting content so it can become accessible, followed up by using Acrobat Professional for testing and tag review. This is Level 2 of our Accessible InDesign training.
Complex tables that include merged and split cells are a common accessibility concern. Making these tables more accessible in the source document can be a time-consuming challenge. When no other workaround is available, there are a few things you can do inside the PDF to make complex tables more accessible for screen reading applications.
More Word users are creating accessible content and using styles more efficiently. Now is a good time for anyone using InDesign to apply the “Import Options” settings when placing Word text in an InDesign file. In this 40-minute webinar we review time saving practices of using Table Styles and Object Styles when placing content.
This 40-minute webinar is about what and how to break old print layout habits when trying to create an accessible document. For InDesign documents to become accessible PDFs, it is imperative that you avoid laying out content with the intention of it just being printed and avoid some of those true and tried keyboard shortcuts! This webinar is sure to amaze and resolve common issues you may be having with PDF remediation.
This 2.5 hour training webinar is designed to review best layout practices and techniques to format content for an accessible form that has first been designed in using Adobe InDesign and then made into an accessible PDF.
Review the best layout practices and techniques to format content for an accessible form that has first been designed in Microsoft Word and made into an accessible PDF document. A very practical 2-hour training course!
For users of screen reading applications and people with visual impairments, text alternatives (alt text) convey the purpose or function of an image so as to provide an equivalent user experience in a document or on a website. In this 45-minute virtual training, participants will learn how and when to apply alternative text ; test their knowledge through in-class exercises; and get an opportunity to ask questions of our accessibility expert.