Adobe InDesign

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  • Version: CS6 8.0.1
  • Publisher: www.adobe.com
  • File Size: 2.44 MB
  • Date: Sep 27, 2012
  • Price: $699.00
  • License: Free Trial Software
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Free Download Adobe InDesign CS6 8.0.1

Adobe InDesign software supports accessible cross-media publication, allowing you to export InDesign documents to PDF, XHTML, and XML. Users can add tags and alternative text attributes to InDesign documents that support the production of accessible content in these exported formats.

Used in combination with Adobe Acrobat software for touch-up of the exported PDF files and Adobe Dreamweaver software for XHTML and XML output, users can achieve maximum accessibility for the exported content.
Main Features:
1. Create tagged PDF documents
2. Alternative text and actual text
3. Exporting to accessible PDF
4. Cross-media export to XML and XHTML

1. Create tagged PDF documents
Authors interested in producing accessible content with InDesign CS4 begin by adding structure to documents using the InDesign tagging facility. InDesign offers several ways to structure documents by adding tags. You can view the tags in an InDesign CS4 document using the Structure pane.

2. Map styles to tags
Paragraph styles and character styles you assign to text can be used as a means of tagging paragraphs and text for XML. For example, a paragraph style called Caption can be associated with a tag called FigureName. Then, using the Map Styles To Tags command, you can apply the FigureName tag to all text in your document that's assigned the Caption paragraph style. You can map more than one style to the same tag.

3. Alternative text and actual text
If you want screen readers to describe graphical elements that illustrate important concepts in the document, you must provide the description. Figures and multimedia aren't recognized or read by a screen reader unless you add alternative text to the tag properties.

4. Exporting to accessible PDF
You can export a document, a book, or selected documents in a book as a single PDF file. When you export an InDesign file to PDF, you can preserve accessibility information and structure that was present in the InDesign document as well as navigation elements, such as table of contents and index entries, and interactivity features, such as hyperlinks, bookmarks, media clips, and buttons.

5. Export to XML
For advanced repurposing workflows, export the content from InDesign in XML format, which you can then import into an HTML editor such as Dreamweaver.

Install your software
1. Before you install, close all applications currently running on your system-including other Adobe applications, Microsoft Office applications, and browser windows. It is also recommended to temporarily turn off virus protection during the installation process.
2. You must have administrative privileges or be able to validate as an administrator.

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