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A FREE Webinar Series from Level Access - November 9th: Non-Text Elements

2:00 pm - 2:30 pm EST, November 09, 2017   |   Organized by: Level Access


A FREE Webinar Series from Level Access

This eight-part series will cover core PDF accessibility concepts in convenient 30-minute bi-weekly sessions. All webinars include a recording, transcript and slide deck of the presentation.

Please use the individual links below to register for each of the webinars in the series, or find them all on this registration page. All webinars are schedule for 2pm Eastern/11am Pacific every two weeks beginning on September 28th. All webinars are on Thursdays, with the exception of November 21st, in place of November 23rd for Thanksgiving.

Recommended Software: Adobe Acrobat DC Pro

November 9th: Non-Text Elements
The Non-Text Elements webinar will demonstrate adding informative alternative text to meaningful images, alternative text for symbols, and creating artifacts.

November 21st: Data Tables
The Data Tables webinar will focus on tagging simple and complex tables using the Touch Up Reading Order Table Editor tool.

December 7th: Forms
In the forms webinar, participants will learn how to create accessible text fields, checkboxes and radio buttons. We will also discuss best practices for adding labels and form controls.

December 21st: Page Structure
In this webinar participants will learn how to review and edit role mappings for custom styles, use correct heading structure, and correctly tag changes in natural language.

January 4, 2018: Accessibility Checker
The Accessibility Checker webinar will demonstrate how to use the PDF Action Wizard as well as the PDF Full Check tool. Participants will learn how to analyze results of an accessibility full check in order to create an accessible PDF document.

Registration Dates

Sep 01 - Nov 08, 2017


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