Tag Archives: accessible PDF

Deploying PDF technology to increase government employee productivity and enhance customer service

Today’s government workers need universal access to digital documents, irrespective of whether they work in offices, at home, or in the field. When documents, forms, images, and web pages are encoded in Portable Document Format (PDF), employees can ...

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Government Agencies’ Interest in Digitizing Paper Records Grows

State and local government workers transitioning into remote work throughout the coronavirus pandemic has underscored the requirement for access to digital records instead of paper ones, according to a recent poll of government leaders. Paper records make up over 50% ...

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Why accessibility matters more than ever for PDFs and beyond

With a new administration in place, not only has President Biden reinstituted daily press briefings but he’s also said that he wants an American Sign Language interpreter to be a regular part of them, according to the Independent. This ...

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Working with PhantomPDF and Foxit Reader in Touch Mode

Touch mode makes it easier to use PhantomPDF and Foxit PDF Reader on touch devices. In Touch Mode, the buttons within the Ribbon and Quick Access toolbar will appear with more space surrounding them onscreen, making it easier to ...

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Customize PhantomPDF’s Skin

If you prefer to have things customized your way, you’re not alone. That’s why there are so many options to personalize everything from clothing to cellphone covers to software—and that includes the Foxit PhantomPDF PDF Editor. So, whether your ...

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