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Making the Most of PDF’s to Support VI Learners

by Craig Mill

on Wed May 19, 2021

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The Portable Document Format (PDF) has been around for a long time. As well as being a free download, Adobe Acrobat Reader includes a range of tools to support learners with ASN, particularly learners with a visual impairment.

The video tutorial below explores and highlights different tools in Adobe Acrobat Reader to support accessibility as well as some ideas that can transform a PDF file into a range of formats such as Microsoft Word and ePub.

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Tags: pdf, adobe acrobat, accessibility

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