[Athen] More Adobe Acrobat Accessibility Errors
fathaulg at miamioh.edu
Thu Apr 4 07:25:14 PDT 2019
Regarding the document title; there are actually two parts to the "title"
check in Acrobat; first that the title is specified, and secondly that in
the document properties, under "initial view", its set to "show document
Laura Fathauer, WAS
Web Content Accessibility Specialist
316B Shriver Center
Oxford, OH 45056
On Thu, Apr 4, 2019 at 10:07 AM Karlen Communications <
info at karlencommunications.com> wrote:
> I just converted an accessible Word document (created using Word 2016 from
> Office 365 subscription )to tagged PDF using the Acrobat/Adobe add-in
> Ribbon. I did check the settings before doing so and everything seems fine.
> I’ve used this document consistently since at least 2015 for my workshops.
> This is the first time I’ve received these two errors.
> I started getting the primary language failure last week and it continues.
> The Microsoft conversion tool identifies the language as English which is
> correct. I appreciate that it is not a localized language. But the Adobe
> conversion tool from the Acrobat Ribbon did not identify any primary
> I also always add a document title in Word and usually this converts when
> using either the Microsoft or Adobe conversion tools. It is still there is
> I use the Microsoft conversion tool but I get an Adobe Accessibility Full
> Check error in Acrobat Pro DC saying that there is no title for the
> document. I press Ctrl + D and the title is there. I right click on the
> title failure in the Accessibility Report and say “fix” and the title is
> Am not sure what is going on but these two items are pretty basic for the
> Acrobat Pro Dc conversion tool to not get right.
> Is anyone else seeing this?
> Cheers, Karen
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