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Aussie Government Gives PDF the Thumbs Down

November 30th, 2010 11:54 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

littlekorea writes “The central IT office of the Australian Government has advised its agencies to offer alternatives to Adobe’s Portable Document Format to ensure folks with impaired vision are able to consume information on the Web. A Government-funded study found that PDFs can present themselves as image-only files to screen readers, rendering the information contained within them unreadable for the vision impaired.”

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