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ePublishing

PDF Accessibility

When people talk about “Accessible” PDF files, they are usually referring to “tagged” PDF files. PDF tags provide a hidden, structured representation of the PDF content that is presented to screen readers. They exist for accessibility purposes only and have no visible effect on the PDF file. There is more to an accessible PDF file than tags, but an untagged PDF would not be considered “accessible”.

HTML tags and PDF tags often use similar tag names (e.g., both have tags named h1) and organization structures. If you are comfortable with HTML, you will probably have an easier time creating and editing tagged PDF files, but knowledge of HTML is not necessary.

PDF to Word conversion

PDF stands for “portable document format”. Essentially, the format is used when you need to save files that cannot be modified but still need to be easily shared and printed.

We convert PDF file to word document by using Microsoft office 10

XML CONVERSION

We save and import project data in an XML file for exchanging data with other applications i.e PDF or docx. Project data stored in project XML files can be filtered and displayed by using XSLT transformations.