Re: NVDA does not support line breaks in PDF files

Jonathan COHN

Because PDF is an evolving format that was initially just used to provide displaying of printed documents, but now including PDF-UA 2 tagging that provides appropriate tagging for distinguishing headings, table titles, list structure etc, often one PDF file can be used appropriately by screen readers while a similar looking file can not. First question to consider:
Were you prompted to use auto tagging when viewing the document? If so, then this means the PDF creator did not create a fully accessible version of the document. One can often find discussions about this on accessibility support discussions.
I currently don't know how to determine if the tagging of the PDF meets a specific PDF-UA standard.


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