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Specifying Accessibility Settings

In ePublisher, accessibility refers to how users with disabilities access electronic information and how writers and producers of online content produce accessible output that can function with assistive devices used by individuals with disabilities. Creators of online content, such as writers who product online content and help systems and others who are responsible for producing accessible help, or Section 508 compliant content, must follow certain guidelines established by the W3C and the U.S. government. If you are responsible for producing accessible online content, you must provide alternate text and descriptions for all images and image maps and summaries for all tables included in the online content. Ensure you specify this information when you prepare your source documents for output generation. For more information, see “Creating Accessible Online Content in FrameMaker” on page 151 and “Creating Accessible Online Content in Word” on page 249.

To specify accessibility settings for a target

  1. On the Project menu, select the target next to Active Target for which you want to specify settings.

  2. On the Target menu, click Target Settings. You must have target modification permissions to modify target settings. For more information, see “Customizing Target Settings” on page 325.

  3. Under Accessibility, specify the appropriate values for the Accessibility settings. For more information about Accessibility settings and values, click Help.

  4. Click OK.

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