PDF accessibility for PC

Prerequisites

Common core

  • Accessible writing
  • Accessible Word to PDF
  • Checking and correcting PDF accessibility

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Content

A. Checking the accessibility of your document
Using PAC 2.0

Download PAC 2.0

  1. Enter your name and email address and click Download PAC 2.
  2. From your new folder containing the PAC 2 application, double click the file PDF Accessibility Checker 2.0.exe and then select Run in order to run PAC 2.

    PAC pdf accessibility checker
  3. Click Browse (1) and select the PDF file you wish to check.
  4. Once the file has been selected, click Start (2) to check the file. 

    PAC pdf accessibility checker
PAC Audit Report
  1. Once in the Report screen you can click on Preview to have an overview of the structure of the document.
  2. From the Report screen, clicking on Report will reveal details of the errors that are in the PDF.
  3. There are also links where you can click to find out more about the error as shown in the image on the right.

    PAC audit report
Viewing report as a tree view
  1. PAC 2.0 gives the user the option to view the report as a tree view by clicking Report.
  2. The tree view is shown on the right.

    PAC report tree view
Using Adobe Acrobat's accessibility checker

To Run an accessibility check in Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro:

  1. Go to the Advanced tab
  2. Hover over Accessibility
  3. Select Full Check or Quick Check from the Accessibility sub menu

A full check will show you the errors in the PDF document with links that enable you to view details about the error and how to fix it.

Accessibility check tab
Accessibility full check
  1. An Accessibility Full Check dialog will appear giving you the option to run the accessibility based on Adobe PDF criteria, Section 508, WCAG 1.0 or WCAG 2.0.
  2. Once you select your option and click Start Checking, the results will be displayed to the left of the document under the Accessibility Report section as shown.
  3. In the results section, there are tips on how to repair the PDF document.

    Accessibility full check dialogue box
Reading Order

You will need adobe reader (free) or adobe acrobat to check the reading order of your document.

  1. Click View > Read Out Loud > Activate Read Out Loud
  2. Next Click View > Read Out Loud > Choose either Read This Page Only or Read to End of Document.
  3. To stop the reader after it has begun, click View > Read Out Loud > Deactivate Read Out Loud.

     

    Read out loud tab
Touchup Reading Order

If your reading order does not sound correct, you can fix it by using the Touchup Reading Order Tool. Note that this tool is only found in Adobe Acrobat Pro.

  1. Click Tools > Advanced Editing > Touchup Reading Order Tool

    Touchup reading order tool
  2. This will show you all of the objects on the page and identify the read order. The numbers in the upper left hand side of the objects are the order in which they will be read.
  3. In the Touchup reading Order Popup window > Click the Show Order Panel button
  4. In the Order Panel window, select the Order tab.

    Touchup properties dialogue box
  5. Click on the item that is out of order and drag it into the correct location. 
B. Common PDF accessibility errors with solutions
Set document properties
  1. Go to File > Properties.
  2. Under Under Description tab type the title and complete all other necessary fields.tab type the title and complete all other necessary fields.
     
    Document properties-Description tab

     

  3. Under Under Advanced tab set language tab set language.
  4. Click OK.
    Document properties-Advanced tab
Create a form
  1. Under the Tools tab, in the Forms tab, click Create.
    Create form tool
  2. Select From Existing Document. In the new window select Current Document. Then click Next.
    Create form dialog box
  3. Then it will prompt you to save the document before creating the form.
Form field types
  • Text field: For typing in characters such as text and numbers.
  • Drop-down: For choosing from a list of options.
  • Radio button: For choosing one option from a group of radio buttons.
  • Check box: For choosing one or more options.
  • Memo field: For typing in characters such as text and numbers in a larger area.
  • Date field: For typing in the date using the desired format.
  • Time field: For typing in the time using the desired format.
  • Number field: For typing in a number using the desired format.
  • Button: For performing an action such as printing, emailing and clearing fields on a form.

Note: Each field name must be unique. Avoid using spaces in the field name.

Add form fields

When creating the form, Acrobat will automatically detect form fields. However, you may need to add any that it missed manually or delete any that are not true form fields.

To add a form field:

  1. Go to Tools tab on the top right menu.
  2. Click Forms.
    Edit form tool

     

  3. Click Edit.
  4. Click Add New Field.
    Add form field tool
  5. Click your option (e.g., text field) and drag it to the correct place on the page.

 

To delete a form field:

While in form editing mode, right click on the field, and click Delete.
 

Delete form field

 

Form fields properties

Edit form field properties
  1. Place the field in the document and click All Properties in the yellow box.
    Form field properties tool

     

  2. The Name is the ID in the form. Make sure that you do not have duplicate names. Otherwise they will have the same input.
  3. In the Tooltip box type all the information that a screen reader user would need to correctly complete the field. This information will pop up when you hover over the text area.
  4. If the field has to be filled out, check the Required box. Changing a field to Required turns it red.
    Form field properties dialog box

     

  5. If you are not done adding fields but want to have a peek at the end result, click Preview on the top bar.
  6. Click OK.
Drop-down properties
  1. Right click on the form field and click All Properties.
  2. Click the General tab (if applicable).
  3. For Field Name: enter a unique name.
  4. For Tooltip: type a description [Select a ______].
  5. Click the Appearance tab.
  6. Under Text > Font Size: select 12 (if applicable).
  7. Under Text > Font: select Arial.
  8. Click the Options tab to add items.
  9. For Item: enter Select a ____.
  10. Click Add. The item will appear in the Item List section.
  11. Repeat above steps if necessary.
  12. In the Item List: select the first item (which becomes the default).
  13. Uncheck Check spelling.
  14. Click Close.
Deleting or moving drop-down items

To delete an item in the list: 

1.Double click on the drop-down menu.

2.Click the Options tab.

3.In the Item List: select the item to delete.

4.Click Delete.

5.Make sure you select you first item, which becomes the default.

6.Click Close.

 

To move an item in the list

1.Double click on the drop-down.

2.Click the Options tab.

3.In the Item List: select the item to move.

4.Click either Up or Down.

5.Make sure you select you first item, which becomes the default.

6.Click Close.

Radio button properties
  1. Double click on the form field.
  2. Click Options > Radio Button Choice: enter a choice.
  3. For Group Name: enter a group name.  It must be the same for all options in this group. 
  4. Click Add Another Button.
  5. For Radio Button Choice: enter a choice.
  6. Repeat steps 3 and 4 if you wish to add more options.
  7. Click All Properties.
  8. Click the General tab (if applicable).
  9. For Tooltip: enter a description.
  10. To change the radio button style, click the Options tab.  For Button Style: from the drop-down click the desired style.  You will have to do this for all options in the group.
  11. To select multiple items, press <Ctrl> while selecting items. Right click on one of selected items and click Properties.
  12. Click Close.
Check box properties
  1. Click on the form field.
  2. For Field Name: enter a unique name.
  3. Click All Properties.
  4. For Tooltip: enter a description [Option Name].
  5. To change the check box style, click the Options tab.  For Check Box Style: from the drop-down select the desired style.
  6. To change the check box appearance, click the Appearance tab.  Under Borders and Colors, select the desired options.
  7. Click Close.
  8. Copy and paste the check box for your other options (Refer to “Copying and pasting fields”).
  9. Move the check boxes to the desired locations (Refer to “Moving a field”).
  10. For each option, click the General tab to change the Name and Tooltip
  11. Align the check box fields (refer to “Aligning fields”).
Date field properties

Specify a date format so the users know how to enter dates.  In this example, the date format is yyyy-mm-dd. The format should be added to the form and in the tooltip.

  1. In Form Edit mode, double click on an existing text field.
  2. Click the General tab.
  3. For Name: type a unique name.
  4. For Tooltip: enter a description and use yyyy-mm-dd format.
  5. Click the Appearance tab.
  6. Under Text > Font Size: select 12.
  7. Under Text > Font: select Arial.
  8. Click the Options tab.
  9. Uncheck Check spelling and Scroll long text.
  10. Click the Format tab.
  11. For Select format category: select Custom.
  12. In the text box, type mm-dd-yyyy.
  13. Click Close.
Time field properties
  1. In Form Edit mode, double click on an existing text field or create a new text field.
  2. Click the General tab.
  3. For Name: type a unique name.
  4. For Tooltip: type a description. Use HH:MM format.
  5. Click the Appearance tab.
  6. Under Text > Font Size: select 12.
  7. Under Text > Font: select Arial.
  8. Click the Options tab.
  9. Uncheck Check spelling and Scroll long text.
  10.  Click the Format tab.
  11.  For Select format category: click Time.
  12.  Click desired format.
  13.  Click Close.
Number field properties
  1. In Form Edit mode, double click on an existing text field or create a new text field.
  2. Click the General tab.
  3. For Name: type a unique name.
  4. For Tooltip: type a description — digits only.
  5. Click the Appearance tab.
  6. Under Text > Font Size: select 12.
  7. Under Text > Font: select Arial.
  8. Click the Options tab.
  9. Uncheck Check spelling and Scroll long text.
  10. Click the Format tab.
  11. For Select format category: click Number.
    • For Decimal Places: click the number of decimal places.
    • For Separator Style: click the desired style.
    • For the Currency Symbol: click $.
    • For the Negative Number Style: check Show parentheses and/or Use red text.
  12. Click Close.

 

 

Styling fields
  1. You can extend a field by dragging its edges.
  2. Under the Appearance tab you can change the border and fill colour.
  3. Click Appearance > Text. You can set the font size to any size OR to Auto. If user enters too much text and Auto is set the text shrinks to fit the box. BUT if too much information is entered it the text is very small, so you need to limit the characters.
  4. To limit characters, click Options. Check Limit characters, and set the character limit number.
  5. If the text area is too large or too small, scale it properly.
  6. If you want to set a text field with more than one line, under Options click Multi-line.
Formatting fields
  1. Click Format tab.
  2. Click format category: number, percentage, date, time, special (to set phone number format).
  3. When choosing the options, an example of the formatting is displayed.

 

Formatting fields

 

Editing fields

Editing fields : Copying and pasting fields
  1. In Form Edit mode, select a field.
  2. Press <Ctrl> + <C> to copy or click Edit menu > Copy.
  3. Press <Ctrl> + <V> to paste or click Edit menu > Paste.
  4. Click the General tab.
  5. For Name: type a unique name.
  6. For Tooltip: type a description.

 

WARNING

If you copy and paste a form field (such as a checkbox), all form fields might be affected. Test before you copy and paste all fields.

Moving a field
  1. In Form Edit mode, move the mouse pointer to any edge.  The cursor will turn into a cross.
  2. Click and drag field to the desired location.
Resizing a field
  1. In Form Edit mode, select the field.
  2. Move the mouse pointer to any edge.  The cursor will turn into a double arrow.
  3. Click and drag field to the desired size.
Aligning fields
  1. In Form Edit mode, click and drag the desired fields or use <Ctrl> to select the fields.
  2. In the Tools pane, click Tasks > Edit Fields.
  3. Select Align, Distribute or Center.
  4. Select Align Left, Align Right, Align Top or Align Bottom.

Tagging

Tagging form fields
  1. If you are in form editing mode, click Close Form Editing in the upper-right corner of the screen.
  2. Under Tools tab > Accessibility, click Add Tags to Form Fields. This should add the necessary tags to the PDF. If not, additional steps are required to add the correct tags. If Add Tags to Form Fields is disabled, skip this step.
    Add tags to form fields tool

     

  3. Open the Tags pane on the left side of the window, click Options > Find.
    Find tags tab
  4. In the Find Element window, click Unmarked Annotations > Search Document > Find.
    Find unmarked annotations
  5. This should highlight the first untagged form field on the page. Click Tag Element to open a new window.
  6. In the New Tag window, click Form and OK.
    Add new tag dialog box

     

  7. Keep adding tags to form fields until Acrobat indicates that the search is complete.
Tagging form fields issue
  • This step in making forms accessible can be frustrating, as Acrobat has a glitch. When form fields are added to the page, Acrobat does not create the appropriate form tags. Form fields will not be identified by a screen reader if they are not fixed manually. Unfortunately, fixing this issue does take time and effort.
  • Note: The following process should only be implemented after all form fields are present and have the appropriate Tooltips.

Buttons

Add a print button
  1. In Form Editing mode, in the Tools pane, click Add new field.
  2. Select button and click All Properties.
  3. Type  a Name (not a generic ID) and Tooltip.
  4. Under the Actions tab click Add (leave Mouse up and Execute a menu item options selected).
  5. Click File > Print and OK.
  6. Under Common Properties > Form Field: click Visible but doesn’t print.
  7. Click the Appearance tab.
  8. Under Text > Font Size: click 12. Under Text for Font: click Arial.
  9. Click Options.
  10. Under Icon and Label, for Label: type a name (this is the actual button text).
  11. Click the Actions tab.
  12. Under Add an Action > Select Trigger: ensure Mouse Up is selected.
  13. Under Add an Action > Select Action: ensure Execute a menu item is selected.
  14. Click Add.
  15. Click File > Print.
  16. Click Close.

 

 add a print button
 add a print button

 

Add a save button
  1. In Form Editing mode, in the Tools pane, click Add new field.
  2. Click Button > All Properties.
  3. Type Name (not a generic ID) and Tooltip.
  4. Click the Actions tab > Add (leave Mouse up and Execute a menu item options selected).
  5. Click  File > Save As > PDF
  6. Click OK.

 

Add a Save button

[Caption]

 

Add an email submit button
  1. In Form Edit mode, using the Tools pane, click Add New Field.
  2. Click Button.
  3. Click and drag the button to its location.
  4. For Field Name: type a unique name.
  5. Click All Properties.
  6. Click the General tab.
  7. For Tooltip: type a description.
  8. Under Common Properties > Form Field: click Visible but doesn’t print.
  9. Click the Appearance tab.
  10. Under Text > Font Size: click 12
  11. Under Text > Font: click Arial.
  12. Click Options.
  13. Under Icon and Label, for Label:, type a name (the actual text on the button).
  14. Click the Actions tab.
  15. Under Add an Action > Select Trigger: ensure Mouse Up is selected.
  16. Under Add an Action > Select Action: click Submit a form.
  17. Click Add.
  18. For Enter a URL for this link: type mailto:[email address].
  19. Under Export Format, enable PDF The complete document.
  20. Click OK.
  21. Click Close.
Add a clear form button
  1. In Form Edit mode, using the Tools pane, click Add New Field.
  2. Click Button.
  3. Click and drag the button to its location.
  4. For Field Name: type a unique name.
  5. Click All Properties.
  6. Click the General tab.
  7. For Tooltip: type a description.
  8. Under Common Properties > Form Field: click Visible but doesn’t print.
  9. Click the Appearance tab.
  10. Under Text > Font Size:, from the drop-down select 12
  11. Under Text for Font: click Arial.
  12. Click the Options tab.
  13. Under Icon and Label, for Label: type a name (the actual text on the button).
  14. Click the Actions tab.
  15. Under Add an Action > Select Trigger: ensure Mouse Up is selected.
  16. Under Add an Action Select Action: click Reset a Form.
  17. Click Add.
  18. All fields are enabled by default.
  19. Click OK.
  20. Click Close.
Exiting form editing mode
  • In the Tools pane, click Close Form Editing.
Editing document content
  • It is better to have everything done in Word first, but if you need to, you can change text in Acrobat Pro. Edit text, move, copy, resize, add text and format text.

 

Editing text in a text box

  1. Close the Forms pane (if applicable).
  2. Using the Tools pane, click Content Editing > Edit Text & Images.
  3. Click inside the text box to edit text.

 

Moving a text box

  1. Move the mouse pointer to any edge.  The cursor will turn into a cross.
  2. Click and drag the text box to the desired location.

 

Resizing a text box

  1. Close the Forms pane (if applicable).
  2. Using the Tools pane, click Content Editing > Edit Text & Images.
  3. Move the mouse pointer to any edge.  The cursor will turn into a double arrow.
  4. Click and drag to the desired size.

 

Adding new text

  1. Close the Forms pane (if applicable).
  2. Using the Tools pane, click Content Editing > Add Text.
  3. On the form, click to select the desired location.
  4. Enter the desired text.

 

Formatting text

1.Close the Forms pane (if applicable).

2.Using the Tools pane, click Content Editing > Edit Text & Images.

3.Click Format > Arial.

4.Apply formatting as necessary.

Reading order

Reading order
  1. In the Accessibility Tab, click Touch Up Reading Order (TURO tool).
  2. Ensure the Page content order button is selected, uncheck Display like elements in a single block, and click Show Order Panel. Then click OK.
  3. Use the TURO tool and Order panel together to ensure the reading order of every form field and label is correct.
  4. Use this tool to create the document heading structure by marking text as Heading 1, Heading 2, etc.
Example: Incorrect reading order
  • The reading order of this group of text and checkboxes is incorrect and the text labels are grouped into a single tag.

     

    Incorrect reading order
Example: Correct reading order
  • The reading order of this group of text and checkboxes is correct and the text labels are grouped into separate tags.

     

    Correct reading order
Editing Tags

To automatically add tags to document

  1. In the Tools pane, click Action Wizard > Accessibility.
  2. Click Add Tags to Document.
  3. Click Yes to re-tag the document

 

To manually edit document tags

  1. In the Navigation Panel (left), click Tags (View menu, Show/Hide).
  2. Expand the Tags, Sect and Figure.
  3. Right click the item, and click Properties.
  4. In the Tag tab, click the appropriate Type.
  5. Click Close.
Tab Order

Tab order is important when designing a form.  Many users prefer to use the <Tab> key to manoeuvre between the fields.  It is best to order the tabs by row, from left to right.

  1. Click Forms > Edit to display a list of all the form fields.
  2. In the Fields section, click Tab Order.
  3. Make sure that Order Tabs by Structure and Show Tab Numbers are checked.
  4. Numbers will appear in each form field showing the tab order. If they don’t match a logical reading order, return to the Order Panel and TURO tool and ensure the reading order is logical.
  5. If this does not work, return to the Edit Fields menu and click Tab Order. Check Order Tabs Manually. Then drag and drop the items in the Fields section to change the tab order.
Tab order

 

Note:

Manually reordering the tabs can delete the tag information. If you reorder forms, recheck the accessibility and repeat the steps in the previous section if necessary.

Check accessibility
  1. Once the reading order is correct, check the accessibility by clicking Accessibility > Full Check.
  2. If Tagged form fields – Failed appears, there are still untagged fields. Repeat the form tagging process. If Field descriptions – Failed appears, return to the Forms panel and ensure all fields have an appropriate Tooltip.
  3. You will always get an error under Document for the Logical Reading Order and Colour Contrast. These have to be checked manually using the Touch Up Reading Order tool and Colour Contrast Analyser.
  4. If other document errors appear, check the PDF Accessibility for PC workshop for solutions.

 

Bookmarks

Adding and deleting bookmarks

Bookmarks indicate the layout of the form, which enables a screen reader to navigate in the pane.  If you use the heading styles in Word, they will automatically become bookmarks in Adobe.

 

  1. In the Navigation Pane on the left side of the screen, click the Bookmarks icon.
  2. If the navigation pane is not visible, click the View icon on the left, click Show/Hide, hover over Navigation Panes and click Bookmarks.

 

To add a Bookmark

  1. Select the heading.
  2. In the Bookmarks navigation panel, click New Bookmark icon.

 

To delete a Bookmark

In the Bookmarks navigation panel, select the bookmark and click the Delete Selected Bookmark icon, press <Delete> or right click Delete.

Moving and renaming bookmarks

To move a bookmark

  • In the Bookmarks navigation panel, click the bookmark and drag it to the desired location.

 

To rename a bookmark

  1. In the Bookmarks navigation panel, click the bookmark, and click it again or right click Rename.
  2. Change the name and press <Enter> to save
Alternate text
  1. Under Accessibility > Tools, click Set Alternate Text.
  2. A pop-up window will appear. Click OK.
  3. Add a description to all images that don’t already have one
  4. Click Save.
  5. Click Close.
Testing the form
  1. Close the Forms pane (if applicable).
  2. Re-save the form.
  3. Enter information in every field.  Press <Tab> to test the tab order.
Clearing the form
  1. Close the Forms pane (if applicable).
  2. In the Tools pane, click Forms > More Form Options.
  3. Click Clear Form.
  4. Make the necessary changes to the form.

 

Clearing the form

 

Pages

Extracting pages
  1. In the Tools pane, click Pages > Extract.
  2. Specify the range of pages to extract.
  3. Do one of the following:
    • To remove the extracted pages from the original document, check Delete Pages After Extracting.
    • To create a single-page PDF for each extracted page, check Extract Pages As Separate Files.
    • To leave the original pages in the document and create a single PDF that includes all of the extracted pages, leave both check boxes unchecked.
  4. Click OK.
Deleting pages
  • You can delete pages, but you cannot undo the Delete command. 
  • You cannot delete all pages; at least one page must remain in the document.

To delete a page:

  1. In the Tools pane, click Pages > Delete.
  2. Enter the page range to be deleted.
  3. Click OK.
Inserting pages from another PDF
  1. Open the PDF you wish to insert the pages into.
  2. In the Tools pane, click Pages > Insert From File.
  3. Click the PDF.
  4. In the Insert Pages dialog box, specify where to insert the document (before or after the first or last page, or a designated page).
  5. Click OK.

 

Inserting pages from another PDF

 

Saving the form as a Reader Extended form

Ordinarily, Reader users cannot save filled-in copies of form. You can extend rights so they can do so.  This not necessary for newer versions of Adobe Reader.

  1. Save the form.
  2. Close the form.
  3. From the File menu, click Save As Other.
  4. Click Reader Extended PDF.
  5. Click Enable More Tools (includes form fill-in & save)…
  6. Click Save Now.
  7. Type a different filename (_RE).   This is the form that is published on the website.  If you need to make any changes to the form, you must change the original form.
  8. Click Save.
Reducing the file size

In Acrobat there are two ways to reduce the file size.

Option 1:

In the File menu, click Save As Other > Reduced Size PDF.

  • Resamples and recompresses images
  • Removes embedded Base-14 fonts

Option 2:

In the File menu, click Save As > Optimized PDF.

  • Optimizer lets you set options for colour, grayscale and monochrome image compression and image down sampling
  • You can also use the Make Compatible With command to ensure certain items don’t get compressed and reduce compatibility
  • You can control other options not available with the Reduced Size PDF option.
Final accessibility check
  1. In the Accessibility Checker pane, click Options.
  2. Click Check Again.

Security

PDF security

Adding security to the form prevents people from:

  • Making changes to the document (read-only)
  • Copying content
  • Commenting

 

Important:

If you add security to the form make sure you remember the password. Otherwise you will not be able to make changes to form.

Securing the form
  1. In the File tab, click Properties.
  2. Click the Security tab.
  3. Under Document Security > Security Method: click Password Security.
  4. Under Permissions, enable Restrict editing and printing of the document. You will require a  password to change these permission settings.
  5. In the Printing Allowed drop-down list: click Low Resolution (150 dpi).
  6. In the Changes Allowed drop-down list: click Filling in the form fields and signing existing signature fields.
  7. Ensure Enable text access for screen reader devices for the visually impaired is checked.
  8. For Change Permissions Password, type a password.
  9. Click OK.
  10. Re-type the password.
  11. Click OK.
  12. Click OK to confirm.
  13. Then re-save the form. (SECURED is now on the title bar).
Making changes to the secured form

If you would like to make changes to the form, you must remove the security.

  1. From the File menu, click Properties.
  2. Click the Security tab.
  3. Under Document Security for Security Method: click No Security.
  4. Click OK to remove the security.
  5. Click OK button to confirm.
  6. Save the form again (SECURED is removed from the title bar).
C. Configuring PDFMaker
  • Important! Save your PPT presentations in .pptx to check the accessibility of your PPT presentation.

 

Save your PPT presentation in an accessible format
 

 

Why save as PDF (Portable Document Format)?

  • Set security measures (password and modifying your document);
  • Compress a large file (facilitates transmission and downloading);
  • Preserve the look and feel of the file when transferred to another computer with different applications.

 

Convert the presentation to PDF

  1. Select the File tab (1)
  2. Select the sub-menu Save & Send (2)
  3. Select Create PDF/XPS Document (3)

     

     

    Convert the presentation to PDF (1)
  4. Select again Create PDF/XPS (a dialog box will open) (4)
     

     

    Convert the presentation to PDF (2)
  5. Go in Save as type (1) Select PDF (*.pdf) (2)
  6. In File name, tape the name of the document (3)
  7. Click on Options...(4)

 

Convert the presentation to PDF (3)
 
 

Define the PDF document

  1. Make sure the Document structure tags for accessibility option is selected (1)
  2. Select the option ISO 19005-1 compliant (PDF/A) (2)
  3. Click OK. (3)

 

 

Define the PDF document
 
 

 

Click on Publish

 

Publish a document in PDF format
D. Useful PDF accessibility resources
Contacts
Web accessibility compliance coordinator
613-562-5800 (7452)
  • Accessibility help clinics
  • Needs assessments
  • Made-to-measure tools
  • Referrals
  • Other support
Computing and Communications Service
uOttawa computing assistance request form
Extension 6555
Accessibility training: Introduction
How to create an accessible campaign
How to interact with accessibility in mind
How to create accessible web content
Find an expert

Marie-Claude Gagnon, Web Accessibility Compliance Coordinator

613-562-5800 extension 7452
Marie-Claude.Gagnon@uOttawa.ca

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