This course is designed to become familiar with, and come into compliance with, the Federal Government’s ADA Section 508 accessibility regulations. It covers both Adobe InDesign and Adobe Acrobat features to help meet those requirements. Students are expected to be familiar with InDesign and Acrobat already, as no time is allotted to review any basics of either application.
Practical working knowledge of Mac OS X or Windows
- What are the Section 508 accessibility requirements?
- Workflow adjustments to comply with accessibility standards (update from earlier InDesign versions)
- Authoring documents for accessibility in Adobe InDesign
- Organizing content for PDF export in Articles panel
- Paragraph styles PDF export mapping
- Adding alternate text to images and charts
- Preparing bookmarks, hyperlinks, interactive form fields, and flexible text reflow
- Working with tables, anchored objects, and captions
- Preserving accessibility features when exporting to PDF
- Using the Accessibility Checker and the Tags panel in Acrobat
- Adjusting tags and structure in Adobe Acrobat
- Running Accessibility Checker in Acrobat
- Applying fixes
Cancelling an Open Enrollment Registration
If notice is given 15 or more calendar days before the start of a class, the student may receive a full refund less a $100 administrative fee. If notice is given less than 15 calendar days no rescheduling or efunds are permitted.
If notice Is given 15 or more calendar days before the start of the class a student may reschedule . A student can reschedule a class up to two (2) times. Additional reschedules will not be allowed.
No Shows if a student does not attend a scheduled session, there will be no refund or rescheduling permitted. Payment is forfeited. FMC reserves the right to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment or in other circumstances. FMC will endeavor to give as much advance notice as possible of any change to the schedule. FMC shall not be responsible for any incidental or consequential loss arising whatsoever.