Accessible Lists in InDesign
By Bevi Chagnon
Part of Bevi Chagnon's Step-by-Step accessibility series.
This cheat sheet shows how to set up InDesign paragraph styles that export to accessible, correctly tagged PDFs.
Includes details for creating
- Basic bulleted lists,
- Basic numbered lists,
- Lists with custom bullets,
- Lists with custom numbers,
- Sequential lists,
- Multi-level lists,
- Naked lists (without bullets or numbers),
Detailed screen captures show:
- What to set in InDesign's style dialogue boxe for each type of list,
- Example of each type of list, and
- How each lists's tag tree should appear in the exported PDF.
About the author
Bevi knows her stuff. With 25+ years in accessible document design and 30+ year as a designer and art director, she is an Adobe Community Professional who contributes regularly on the public forums, answering accessibility questions for InDesign, Acrobat, and PDF forms.
She's also a delegate to the ISO committees (International Standards Organization) for PDF and PDF/UA standards, a member of the PDF Association, and a contributing member to several trade association committees for accessibility.
And she's an AIGA member.
Half designer. Half geek. 100% teacher.
This cheat sheet was updated in 2021 for the latest versions of Adobe InDesign and Acrobat Pro DC.
- Paragraph styles for different types of lists.
- Tag trees for correctly tagged, accessible PDFs based on the latest accessibility standards for PDF/UA-1.
About the Class Extra
Title: Accessible Lists (InDesign + PDF): Bulleted, numbered, multi-level, and naked lists. Wait … naked?
Price: $ 9.95
Author: Bevi Chagnon
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