6. Choose Search Page or Entire Document.
7. Click on the Find button at the bottom of the window. If it finds anything the Tag element
box will become available.
8. Note what is highlighted on the page first and then click the Tag Element button.
9. Select the Type (most common is a Link or Form) and say OK.
10. The Tag Element button will remain available until all untagged annotations have been
Tagged Form Fields NEW
When Tagged Form Fields fail, follow the same steps as above. After clicking the Tag Element
button, choose the Type dropdown and select Form.
Tab Order NEW
With a Tab Order – failed, try right clicking on the error first and select fix.
manually fix the tab order for links, form fields, comments, and other
1. Click the Pages panel on the navigation pane.
2. Click a page thumbnail, and then choose Page
Properties from the Options menu.
In the Page Properties dialog box, choose Tab
Order. Then, select Use Document Structure, and
Encoding Errors NEW
Encoding errors happen when one; a document created on a Mac using special characters is
saved as a PDF and then opened on a PC, or two; font conflicts occur. The best way to avoid
these issues is to use OpenType, or install the missing fonts on your computer. For Mac users
saving documents for PC use, convert fonts to curves/outlines prior to saving as a PDF.
We can’t recreate one of these errors, but we can suggest how to fix them if you encounter one.
Click on the error in the Accessibility Checker panel to locate the element on the page.
Next open the Content Editing tab in the Tools panel.
Select Edit Text & Images.
Highlight the error on the page itself and under format try changing the font. If you can
find a font that is compatible with what was used, it may fix the problem.
If this doesn’t work, and you have no way of obtaining the original to edit, you can delete
the offending element and try replacing it by adding a new text element or image. Be
careful not to change content essential to the meaning of the document.