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RE: Using the accessibility features of Acrobat


From: Austin, Darrel
Date: May 31, 2006 1:30PM

I'm no expert on Acrobat Accessibility, but these...

> 6) I don't seem to be able to spread
> out the spacing between lines, letters
> and words on documents I pull off the
> web.

> 7) Size and color control are very
> nice, but sometimes authors use fonts
> that are difficult at best to read.
> Can I re-style the fonts of
> reasonably structured documents?

> 8) Since my web based assistive
> technology only reads world wide web
> technologies, I do a lot of saving
> into markup language. Acrobat saves
> to HTML 4.01, but it doesn't behave
> all that well. Are there better tools
> for converting to HTML, XHTML or XML?

...seem to be more arguments for more HTML documents and less PDF
documents on campus.