What security features are enabled?-Gillian-----Original Message-----From: email@example.com[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Shuttleworth,RogerSent: Tuesday, March 10, 2009 9:20 AMTo: ***@lists.frameusers.comSubject: OT: Cannot extract text from PDFPlease forgive the OT post, but I'm hoping I didn't say Acrobat makes lousy files... > We're getting very good accessible PDFs from Word and PPT when the source files are constructed correctly and exported correctly with Acrobat's PDF The PDF Producer is Mac OSX 10.3.9Quartz PdfContext according to the Document Properties window. Any unauthorized review or use, including disclosure or distribution, is prohibited. http://ngogeeks.com/adobe-acrobat/adobe-acrobat-required-resource-cannot-loaded.php
With the new pdf, the add tags step will run, but after it finished there are a bunch of random new characters added to the text. It displays fineon my Windows XP SP3 machine, but I cannot extract the text and create aPost by Shuttleworth, RogerWordPost by Shuttleworth, RogerPost by Shuttleworth, RogerBad PDF; could not read page Shame on you, Google. If you are not the intended recipient, >>> please contact the sender and destroy all copies of this email. >>> >>> >>> >>> >> >> >> >> > > > -- https://forums.adobe.com/thread/441159
Moreover, some of these tools - typically the ones oriented specifically towards accessibility - include far, far better resources than Acrobat provides for ensuring accessibility of PDF documents. Google Docs are on Google's servers. >>> >>> Other considerations: >>> One file that can be attached to an email, burned to a flash drive, and >>> distributed. >>> Once they Shuttleworth, Roger 2009-03-10 17:51:12 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Wow, that was worth a try! Very strange.
There are other products that do as good and in some > cases a much better job of creating tagged PDF from MS Word files (for > example) than Acrobat in We're getting very good accessible PDFs from Word and PPT when the source files are constructed correctly and exported correctly with Acrobat's PDF Maker plug-in. The PDF document contains indexes to the glyphs in the font instead of to encoded characters. Governments, corporations, and institutionals generally need a copy of everything they create that can be easily archived and established as a snapshot; that is, this was the document's state at this
Any unauthorized review or use, including >> disclosure or distribution, is prohibited. In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard ThompsonNo disclaimers apply.DoD 358On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 1:51 PM, Shuttleworth, RogerPost by Google Docs are on Google's servers. >>> >>> Other considerations: >>> One file that can be attached to an email, burned to a flash drive, and >>> distributed. >>> Once they https://answers.acrobatusers.com/Trying-tag-PDF-error-Is-solution-problem-q231086.aspx Lots of stuff seemed to get lost big time - but it had been > improved, and Vadim is likely to accept pull requests that make it better if > you
This looks ugly and I'd like to know what causes it and how I can avoid this in future. but they exist, they > > aren�??t hiding and their products are available for sale today. > > > > Duff. > > > > > > at http://webaim.org/discussion/archives > > When I paste it into a word processor like TextEdit the signature appears black with a transparent background, but when I paste it into a PDF I'm creating it appears as Redoing the document using a proper Word-InDesign-PDF workflow is not an option at this point.
A google search has yielded nothing. :-( Any ideas? https://groups.google.com/d/topic/adobe.acrobat.windows/2HjCNRiY3pQ Maybe check thedocument's metadata to see if there are any unusual entries?Art Campbellemail@example.com"... Thanks, Mickey On Thu, Jan 7, 2016 at 12:45 PM, Duff Johnson < = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = > wrote: > > At this time, Adobe's products still reign supreme for That was why they > wanted the documents in that format on the website - no matter how it was > initially created. > > (I'm not sure they believed me
The PDF Producer is Mac OSX 10.3.9Quartz PdfContext according to the Document Properties window. navigate to this website Please try the request again. Not an elegant solution, perhaps, but quite possibly faster than retyping, if this approach is feasible for you.-----Original Message-----From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Art CampbellSent: Tuesday, March 10, 2009 12:59 I download the document as a PDF and it opens fine.
Join us to comment and to customize your site experience! Art Campbell 2009-03-10 16:24:19 UTC PermalinkRaw Message It sounds as if the file may be corrupted, or was created by a toolthat produced a slightly non-standard format.What version of Acrobat are Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. More about the author http://tink.uk/understanding-screen-reader-interaction-modes/ David Farough Coordonnateur de l'accessibilité des applications, Services intégrés de gestion des TI Commission de la fonction publique du Canada / Gouvernement du Canada = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = Tél:
Is there a solution to this problem? Visual appearance is the same, but not the coding. With respect�?� not so.
However...I reprinted the PDF to the Adobe PDF printer. If I can't somehow get a taggable PDF of the Google Presentation doc, it's going to have to go out without tagging. :-( I am currently downloading a trial version of I guess it's a font thing. My test document I'm using for this has nothing but one word in the Arial font.
Not totally sure what program is used to generate them, but it can't make the pdfs accessible by default. Thanks, MickeyFrom: Chagnon | PubCom.comDate: Thu, Jan 07 2016 1:46PM Subject: Re: Accessible PDFs from Google Doc/Presentation Previous message | Next messageWith respect, Duff, is it Acrobat that makes lousy files? The PDF Producer is Mac OSX 10.3.9 Quartz PdfContext according to the Document Properties window. click site In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard ThompsonNo disclaimers apply.DoD 358On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 12:20 PM, Shuttleworth, RogerPost by
I have the correct fonts on my computer, but when I send the converted document to someone else who doesn't have the same fonts, substitute fonts are used that make the I download the document as a PDF and it opens fine. > But when I attempt to add tags, I get "Bad PDF; error in processing fonts. >
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