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This video illustrates how and why it is important to tag your PDF.
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Used for all types of communication, PDFs are everywhere!
PDFs are at the heart of all types of communication
But most of their content remains inaccessible to people with disabilities, visually impaired, blind, due to a poor conception.
Content not accessible to people with disabilities
The solution : tag your PDF to structure and identify elements (reading order, titles, paragraphs, images, graphs, lists, tables, document language, etc.) so that the navigation assistants, screen readers and Braille displays, can access their data and render it using voice synthesis and search engines.
It is structuring and identifying the elements of the PDF
What are the advantages of tagging a PDF?
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By tagging my PDF:
- I respect the decree of the law on digital accessibility (French decree 2019-768),
- I respect the recognised standards for PDF/UA disability (ISO 14289-1, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG),
- I optimise the natural referencing of my documents (SEO) and,
- I structure the information for the business needs (archiving, automation, digitalisation, Natural Language Processing NLP)
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