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From: Birkir RĂșnar Gunnarsson
Date: Aug 27, 2010 10:06AM


Beavy

This is not much, but I do know the Easi people speak highly of this
product (http://easi.cc .. electronic access to software and
information), they tach courses on accessibility and repurposing
documents for accessibility. There is also a free trial version. As it
happened, I just applied for a trial download today since I am
evaluating their "PAW" plug in for word for our organization.
I will post back with impressions and experiences in a couple of days
(or more, depending when they email me the license code and download
instructions, it is not automated).
Thanks
-Birkir


On 8/27/10, Bevi Chagnon | PubCom < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> A client is considering Common Look software from NetCentric and I haven't
> had enough hands-on experience with it.
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> http://www.net-centric.com/products/standards.aspx
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> Anyone have comments about Common Look?
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> -- How easy is it for ordinary office users to remediate PDFs?
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> -- How well does it check PDFs for accessibility compliance?
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> -- What features do you think are especially noteworthy?
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> -- In your opinion, is it worth buying?
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> Thanks for any insight you have!
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> --Bevi Chagnon
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