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This year’s motto, “Impetus for digital communication: Ditch the pages and focus on content,” underscores why future customer communication will revolve around multi-channel-capable document processing. Comparting is fast approaching. The international …

Compart North America will take a different approach at this year’s Graph Expo in Chicago, Illinois (USA). Instead of the standard demonstrations at workstations and product-focused sales pitches, the specialist in multi-channel document and output man …

Karen McCall will be speaking at this year’s CSUN conference about “The Implementation of PDF/UA and Standardized Access to PDF Content”. In an interview with Australia based W3C member Access iQ she shares her take on accessible PDF and the role of PDF/UA ahead of the CSUN conference.

Live seminar with technical presentations on How Centralized Shared Services concept of Advanced Rendering (of PDFs) can bring an organization together. The focus will be on Life Sciences organizations and the value of PDF within these organizations es …

Shannon Kelly, Global Accessibility Solutions Subject Matter Expert at Actuate, will discuss the PDF/UA (Universal Accessibility) standard and explain new methods for incorporating accessible content into an organization’s communications.

pdfGoHTML substantially speeds up the creation and evaluation of tagged PDFs, and ensures a much higher degree of usability of tagged PDF files. One simple click on the plug-in button converts the tagged PDF into HTML making it easy to examine the tagging structure, have a more flexible reading experience or make the document accessible for people with visual disabilities or dyslexia.

Created primarily for software developers, the Matterhorn Protocol fosters PDF/UA adoption by specifying a series of tests enabling the effective exchange of information on PDF/UA conformance.

PDFlib is the leading developer toolbox for generating and manipulating files in the Portable Document Format (PDF).

PDFlib+PDI includes all PDFlib functions, plus the PDF Import Library (PDI).

Learn how to apply the five main principles – semantic roles, reading order, alternate text for images, visual contrast and metadata – to InDesign documents and how to create well tagged PDF documents from InDesign documents.