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From: Bevi Chagnon | PubCom
Date: Aug 30, 2009 10:40PM
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I'm a trainer (and long-time lurker on this list) and am revising my
handouts for a class on making 508-accessible PDFs from MS Word and Adobe
I am looking for a list of standardized tags to label different parts of a
PDF document, but have come up with little more than the basics.and a lot of
different opinions, too. I'm a fairly advanced trainer in this area, but I'm
starting to get confused by all the different opinions and the crazy tags
that Adobe PDF sometimes applies when InDesign and MS Word are converted to
So, I'm asking you for help. Can you take this quick survey and tell me what
My class participants are government publishers and we have control over
what tags are used throughout the entire process, from Word to InDesign to
PDF. The content is also destined for HTML and XML content management
Thanks so much. Survey follows.
For body text:
<heading 1> or
Other tags they're using are not as difficult to pin down, but if you have
any comments on any of these that follow, I'm all ears!
For multi-chapter books:
<h1> for titles of individual chapters
For bold and italics:
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