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From Tilman Hausherr <THaush...@t-online.de>
Subject Re: Question about tagged content
Date Tue, 17 Oct 2017 07:33:57 GMT
There are classes for this but no examples. You're mostly on your own 
there, i.e. read and understand the PDF specification and look for the 
appropriate classes. The best would be that you create a PDF with WORD 
or Excel that has the extras and then look with PDFDebugger what is needed.

Am 16.10.2017 um 20:22 schrieb David Patterson:
> I've done some research on my search. What I'm trying to find out is
> whether there is any code in PDFBox for dealing with content for "Assistive
> Technology". That kind of text is put into "tags" and used with a screen
> reader application. My hope was to be able to create a PDF that had the
> assistive content "cooked into the pdf" rather than have a "normal" PDF
> that had to go through an expensive, slow process of manually tagging the
> content with Adobe Acrobat Pro to insert the content.
> In the case of the documents I want to produce, they mimic spreadsheets
> with many cells that are "merged" (some are multiple grid positions wide or
> multiple grid positions tall).
> Is this capability something that pdfbox can help produce or not?
> Thanks.
> Dave Patterson

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