A PDF file without accessible information is of no use to the people who need a screen reader and text-to-speech tool. Therefore, a need for creating accessible PDF files (usually referred to as a tagged PDFs) arises.
The tagged PDF is a PDF file that includes structure in terms of tags that defines reading order and the meaning of significant elements such as figures, images, lists, tables. PDF tags provide a hidden-structured, textual representation of the PDF content that is presented to the screen readers. They exist only for accessibility purposes and have no visible effect on the PDF file.
Steps to create accessible PDF programmatically:
By executing the program, you will get the PDF document as follows.
Take a moment to peruse the , where you will find other options like adding tag to text element, image, shapes, form fields, annotation, hyperlink, template, table and list element with code examples.
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