ADA 106: Accessible Fill-in-the-Blank Forms

If you’ve ever used the phrase “print out the form, fill it in, scan it and send it back to me”, then this class is for you. The technology for electronic forms has been around for a while, but not everyone has been able to use them due to accessibility barriers. Adobe Acrobat makes it easy to create a form that is accessible to all users and that supplies you with responses that are easy to tabulate and report electronically. 

  1. Three musts of Form Fields (Name, Tooltip and Tag)
  2. Using Word Tab Leaders to Create Fill-in-the-Blanks
  3. Prepare Form Tools
  4. Automatic Form Creation
  5. Adding Form Fields Manually
  6. Radio Buttons vs. Checkboxes
  7. Testing and Clearing Forms
  8. Tagging Form Fields
  9. Tab Order in Form Fields
  10. Reading Order and the Tags Panel