Infographic: Getting Started with Accessible PDF Documents

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Accessible PDF Documents Should:
Define all content structure using appropriate tags.
Be checked for reading order to ensure screen reader compatibility.
Contain bookmarks that parallel the document structure, for files with 21 or more pages.
Display the Document Title rather than the File Name by default upon opening.
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