[texhax] making pdf document accessible using LaTeX
padawan12 at obiwannabe.co.uk
Mon Nov 12 14:23:38 CET 2007
pdflatex is a program that generates pdf files directly
from LaTeX markup, maybe this is what you need.
On Mon, 12 Nov 2007 00:03:28 +0100
"Sauro Cesaretti" <me at saurocesaretti.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I'd like to ask some information to create accessibile pdf documents using
> I have known that there are some guidelines to create as such, how can I use
> these guidelines in LaTeX?
> In particular, I'd like to make mathematical expressions accessible and
> readable with screen readers.
> I'd like to do giving one alternate output using LaTeX notation.
> Example, reading a pdf document and will encounter
> a formula that for screen readers tools is a graphical element, I'd like
> to read it driving the information with LaTeX notation.
> Could you help me with some information to do these things?
> are there some LaTeX packages for this?
> thank you in advance
> best regards, Sauro
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