There was a thread about this in here but i don't know where it is. Actually
there were not many suggestions about documentation specifically and it would be
great to get a list of things to do.
From: Sigrid Carrera <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Mon, 8 August, 2011 15:07:40
Subject: [libreoffice-accessibility] How to make a document accessible?
I would like our documentation to be accessible to people who can't see as good
as I can. So what do I have to do to achieve this goal? I imagine, that it is
more than just checking "tagged PDF" when I create the PDF file from the odt. So
what else needs to be done?
Thanks in advance for any hints you can offer.
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