On February 8, 2014 6:54:39 PM PST, Cliff Scott wrote:
that someone opening a Tagged Format PDF may have problems if they
Originally, only Tagged PDF was fully accessible, but a couple of changes during the finalization
of the standard meant that PDF/A-1a is equally accessible.
Using "Forms in PDF" can confuse screen readers, and other accessibility tools.
the same fonts installed? I thought that wasn't supposed to be the case.
The default was that only "rare" fonts are included, and then only for the glyphs that are used.
Now, one has the option of including the entire font, regardless of how rare it is.
Including fonts can greatly increase the size of the PDF.
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