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Figure 73 Accessibility Full Check options for Alternate Text and Headings.
If you choose Alternative Text and Headings, the options change again to include: figures
require alternative text, alternate text must be associated with some content and
appropriate Heading nesting.
The accessibility Full Check Report opens in the Navigation Panel and you can begin to go
through the items it found.
Note: I probably should have mentioned this before, but before you start
the Accessibility Full Check, go to the Document Properties dialog
(Ctrl + D) and check the language and document title. These are two things
that regularly get flagged. Then go to the Pages tab in the Navigation Panel
and check the Tab Order for all pages. You can do this by pressing Ctrl + A
to select all Pages and then use the AppKey or right mouse button to open
the context menu and choose Properties. Make sure the Tab Order is from
the document structure. Doing this will save time when the Accessibility
Full Check is done.
No matter which type of Accessibility Full Check you perform, there is still a need for a
manual check of some items. For example, you must manually review the logical reading
order and colour contrast. Although there is not much you can do if the document author
has used poor contrast except suggest that they receive training on accessible document
For logical reading order and colour contrast, select those items in the Accessibility Full
Check Report and press the AppKey or right mouse button and choose Pass. They are now
In the sample document I used for the Accessibility Full Check, there were several images
with no Alt Text.