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Re: QUESTION: ISO end-user level tools for converting files toPDF or other accessible formats

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From: Moore, Michael
Date: Dec 11, 2007 10:30AM


Adobe Acrobat Professional. Just be sure that the source documents are
developed properly using styles so that heading, table and list
structure are transferred to the pdf. The source document should also
have alternative text added to images contained within the documents
through the properties dialog. Some clean up will probably be necessary
using the tools built into Adobe Pro or through a 3rd party plug-in like
common look.

mike

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[mailto: <EMAIL REMOVED> ] On Behalf Of Lisa Goldberg
Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 11:13 AM
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Subject: [WebAIM] QUESTION: ISO end-user level tools for converting
files toPDF or other accessible formats

Hi everyone,

Let's say you have a scenario where end users (like clients) have to
convert their Word, Powerpoint and Excel files to PDF or other
accessible formats. I'm not just talking about simple Word docs, but
also Word forms and PPTs with multimedia components.

Is there a tool that you would recommend for this job?

Thanks,
Lisa



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