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Portable Document Files (PDFs)
Adobe Acrobat PDFs have been used to present lengthy documents and formatting that can't always be presented in HTML or text.
By downloading the latest version of Adobe Acrobat reader, you'll find there are a number of features that support disabled users. Including the ability to:
- read PDF files aloud using standard operating system text-to-speech functionality
- have greater control when using screen readers
- evaluate the accessibility of an Adobe PDF file.
For more about Adobe's PDF accessibility, and to download the latest version of the PDF reader, visit the Adobe website.
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