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[29 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]

Actuate Corporation announced the availability of its Xenos Axess, a patent-pending PDF accessibility solution for producing high-volumes of accessible PDF documents for the visually impaired. The solution has also received thumbs-up from American Foundation for the Blind (AFB), CNIB and the Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB).

General News, PDF Accessibility, PDF Conversion »

[3 Oct 2009 | No Comment | ]

Riverdocs, a document conversion software provider and The Paciello Group (TPG), a company focused on the field of field of accesible interface design, made a partnership which will be providing the ability to take existing PDF documents and deliver structured, accesible HTML content in conformance with existing government guidelines.

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[5 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

Back in the 1990s at Adobe Systems, Mr. T. V. Raman, helped to adapt the PDF format for screen readers. This was a big step forward for the blind in using PDF which was considered to be just a “defacto standard” for electronic documents at that stage.

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[9 Oct 2008 | One Comment | ]
Use “Create Adobe PDF Online” to save as PDF — and view with (hopefully) any PDF reader…

If you’re a road-warrior, jet-setting about town, and you often leave your PDF creator at home — never fear, Adobe have a service called “Create Adobe PDF Online” you can use, as they say, to “Convert Documents Over the Web”.

Suitable for use on the desktop and at an Internet Cafe — for $9.99 USD per month (or $99 for 12), you can create as many “Adobe PDF files” (as Adobe now officially brand their own variant) as you like, including tagged PDF.

This is one of the features that you won’t find in many other online converters such as…

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[26 Sep 2008 | No Comment | ]

Duff Johnson has posted both of this presentations from the recent PDF Central Conference on his blog for free download. The first presentation deals with making your PDFs section 508 compliant and the second deals with PDF as a rapid application development platform.