InDesign Accessibility


InDesign CC 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 the aforementioned exported formats. Tight integration with Acrobat and Dreamweaver helps you get your content distributed in a variety of media, including print, web, video, and mobile.

You can create articles from a combination of existing page items within a layout, including images, graphics, or text. Once an article has been created, page items can be added, removed, or reordered. Articles can be created manually by dragging one or more page items to the Articles panel. There are also mechanisms for adding bulk content to an article, including adding all selected content or adding an entire document.


Table of Contents
Is InDesign the Right Tool?
Which Export Format Should You Choose?
Paragraph Styles for Headings
Text Frames
Complex Images
Color and Contrast
Reading Order
Table of Contents
Links and Text Anchors
Importing from Word
Export to PDF
Export to EPUB
Export to HTML