PDF/UA-1 level requirement

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Apr 11, 2022 Apr 11, 2022

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Hi,

I have created an accessible PDF file. I want it to meet PDF/UA-1 level requirements. Is there any option to apply the PDF/UA-1 setting directly in PDF through Acrobat Professional? Since there are no PDF/UA-1 compliance settings found in the Acrobat Preflight menu in versions Acrobat Xi and DC. Please advise.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 16, 2022 Jun 16, 2022
While Adobe Acrobat can check for specific PDF/UA checkpoints, it is not designed to fully access PDF/UA compliance at this time. Meeting PDF/UA is not managed by applying settings. It is about proper symantic tag structure for your document. This requires manually reviewing your tags and running 3rd party checkers like PAC 2021. You will likely need to fix issues inside your PDF but realize there is no magic button for PDF/UA compliance.

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While Adobe Acrobat can check for specific PDF/UA checkpoints, it is not designed to fully access PDF/UA compliance at this time. Meeting PDF/UA is not managed by applying settings. It is about proper symantic tag structure for your document. This requires manually reviewing your tags and running 3rd party checkers like PAC 2021. You will likely need to fix issues inside your PDF but realize there is no magic button for PDF/UA compliance.

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