Create Accessible PDFs Using Adobe Acrobat Pro

Our latest How To video explores how you can “Create Accessible PDFs Using Adobe Acrobat Pro.” In it, we’ll offer an introductory-level look at accessibility as it relates to PDFs.

“An oft-overlooked aspect of the legal tech conversation involves accessibility. PDFs can be the root of immense frustration for attorneys or clients with different accessibility needs. The good news is that there are settings available in Adobe Acrobat that can make the PDFs more accessible for visually impaired and motion-impaired users – you just have to know how to activate and use them. This seminar will explore what factors you need to consider when thinking about PDF accessibility, and how you can use these settings to ensure that you are working with the most accessible PDFs possible. Note that this class will specifically use Adobe Acrobat DC Pro.”

Speaker: Anne Haag, Practice Management Advisor, Law Practice Management & Technology. Anne worked as a patent paralegal at a local IP firm before arriving at the CBA. She is also a certified crisis counselor and volunteers as a patient advocate in the ER.

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