Foxit PDF Editor’s Autotag analyzes an entire PDF and tags each item accordingly. Autotag will categorize each element as a heading, paragraph, figure, list item, table, or form field and apply the appropriate tag. This is greatly save time and effort manually tagging every document.
Large Scale Tagging
with Enterprise Automation
Companies with a large backlog of untagged PDF files can make full use of Foxit’s Rendition Server, providing the same advanced autotag features found in Foxit PDF Editor, but for large volumes of scanned or born-digital documents.
with the Accessibility Checker
Foxit PDF Editor’s Accessibility Checker can quickly run a full check on a file to determine whether it meets WCAG standards for accessibility. It produces a detailed report about its degree of accessibility, allowing users to pinpoint where issues are and how to fix them using the Tag Editor.
the Tag Editor
While Autotag greatly automates the tagging process, no Autotag is 100% accurate. After Autotag is completed, users should manually go into the document using the Tag Editor and fix any errors or fill-in any blanks the Autotag capability misses. These issues also get identified by the Accessibility Checker.
the Entire Process with the Action Wizard
Another way to automate the accessibility process within Foxit PDF Editor is by taking advantage of the Action Wizard tool. The Action Wizard automates multiple steps which makes it easy for new Accessibility users to learn the process.