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Adobe Accessibility Check - RE "Tagged Content - Failed" error

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Sep 01, 2020

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Hello, I have checked the forum for previous help on this matter, and I cannot seem to get this issue resolved. I have 14 "elements" that have the error "Tagged Content - Failed" . I cannot find them in the content or tag panel, and the elements are highlighting text in a table, i'm not an expert at all on this. Thanks in advance.

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Adobe Accessibility Check - RE "Tagged Content - Failed" error

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Hello, I have checked the forum for previous help on this matter, and I cannot seem to get this issue resolved. I have 14 "elements" that have the error "Tagged Content - Failed" . I cannot find them in the content or tag panel, and the elements are highlighting text in a table, i'm not an expert at all on this. Thanks in advance.

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Were you applying to a document an auto-tagging action with the Action Wizard? 

 

Were you also able to use the Accessibility Checker to repair the issue and had no success?

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Yes I used the auto tag function, for image/graphic alt-text. I fixed most of my issues brought up by the accessibility checker except this one that I can’t seem to get rid of.

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There is a fix for that explained in this old guide: AdobeCommonAccessibilityIssuesQRD.pdf, "Figures Alternate Text" ---->>Starting on Page 10 

 

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I cannot thank you enough, not even our division that makes documents accessible could figure it out. This was so helpful.

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