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Re: Cute PDF?
From: Gerard Corboz
Date: Sep 27, 2005 8:00PM
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I think the quick and short answer is no.
To make a PDF kind of accessible you need to tag it. I think the only
product available that can do that is Adobe Acrobat Professional, Adobe
Indesign, etc i.e. only Adobe apps.
IT Manager @ Perform
On 28/09/2005, at 10:28 AM, Dawn Hunziker wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am getting ready to talk to a department at the University of
> Arizona regarding Web Accessibility. I just learned that this
> department uses freeware called "CutePDF" (www.cutepdf.com) to create
> their pdf files. Do any of you have experience with this product? Do
> you know if it will create an accessible pdf if it is created from the
> original document? Any suggestions on freeware that *will* create an
> accessible pdf?
> Dawn Hunziker
> Assistive Technology Coordinator
> University of Arizona
> Disability Resource Center
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