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0:56 3:08 Suggested clip PDF Accessibility: How to tag your PDFs with the reading order tool YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip PDF Accessibility: How to tag your PDFs with the reading order tool
Open File Explorer. Click Downloads. Right-click the file you'd like to tag and choose Properties. Switch over to the Details tab. At the bottom of the Description heading, you'll see Tags. Add a descriptive tag or two (you can add as many as you'd like). Press Enter when you're done. Press OK to save the change.
Select a file, right-click, and open Properties. Switch to Details tab, and look for property Tags. Select the empty place right beside it, and it will convert to the text box. Here you can input one or multiple tags. In case you want to add multiple tags, add a semicolon between each of them.
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Right click or press the applications key (Windows) on the Tagged PDFFailed tree item. Choose Fix. Verify tags have now been added to the document in the Tag panel. The Tagged PDF item will be listed as passed under the Document tree.
Navigate to the file you want to tag and right-click it. In the menu that appears, select Properties. In the Properties window, select the Details tab. On the Details tab, double-click the Tags line to add one or more tags, separating each one with a semicolon.
Tags are the key to accessing a PDF document's content with assistive technology. When a tagged PDF is created, each page element in the document is tagged. Each tag identifies the type of content and stores some attributes about it.
Tagged PDF is a PDF file that contains meta-information around certain groups of PDF instructions inside a page content. This meta-information has many use cases: Text-extraction, content-reflow, document accessibility, geographic information in PDF containing maps, etc.
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