PDF accessibility tools

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A document or application is considered accessible if meets certain technical criteria and can be used by people with disabilities. This includes access by people who are mobility impaired, blind, low vision, deaf, hard of hearing, or who have cognitive impairments. Accessibility features in Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader and in the Portable Document Format (PDF) make it easier for people with disabilities to use PDF documents and forms, with and without the aid of assistive technology software and devices such as screen readers, screen magnifiers, text-to-speech software, speech recognition software, alternative input devices, Braille embossers, and refreshable Braille displays.

Source: Adobe accessibility

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List of accessibility tools
The table shows computer programs for the accessibility of web pages, for computer programs or for PDF documents In the first column the name of the product is shown, in the second the version, in the third the type of application and in the fourth an illustrative image of the application interface
Name Version
PDF Accessibility Checker (PAC 2) PDF Accessibility Checker interface image