At last count, there were over 3,000 creators of PDF, and there are billions of PDF files located on the web (just put “PDF” in front of any Google search. Even kittens). The standards for creating a PDF are published and controlled by the ISO – the Internal Organization for Standardization. However, not every PDF creator adheres to those standards. So many PDF files wind up corrupted.
What makes a PDF display correctly for a mobile device or screen reader? A feature called PDF tags, which can make a significant impact on the accessibility of a PDF document. The figurative bones of PDF files, tags optimize them for universal accessibility.
The first few weeks of December seem to fly by in a haze of commotion, leaving even the most experienced holiday planner breathless. However, when done properly, holiday planning can be anxiety free and become part of the fun, allowing you to express your creativity. We gathered a few of Nitro’s favorite holiday prep tips so you’ll be sure to have (and enjoy!) a memorable affair!
I remember an elementary school assignment that required me to talk to my parents about household safety. We developed a checklist that included things like knowing where the fire extinguisher was, compiling an earthquake survival kit with canned food and flashlights, and mapping escape routes and meeting points in case a quick evacuation was necessary.
Looking back, I see this assignment as a lesson in preparation, awareness, and proactivity that can be applied to many aspects of modern business.
Meet Steven: university student, staff member, and real life Nitro user.
Learn about the capabilities of PDF files—like universal accessibility, document security and standardization—to use them as effectively as possible.
Nitro has commonly been referred to as the missing piece of the Microsoft Office suite –and now more than ever, we’re making tremendous strides to “complete the suite.” Next stop: Microsoft Outlook.