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I am French, I work in a university and I have to adapt an examination which
takes place on computer to visual deficient  people. A big part of the
examination is made with LibreOffice, and I would want to know how to return
LibreOffice an accessible maximum.
For this, I know the PDF / UA project, where is this standard? Is he going
to have extensions or anything there?

The extension AccessODF verifies the accessibility of my created documents,
odt2braille and odt2daisy are also installed, but there would be of other
one options, extensions or methods to make accessible LibreOffice to the
persons with visual impairment ?

Could you help me please?

Thank you in advance and please excuse me if my English is not correct.

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