Final Review - Step 4: Re-run Accessibility Checks

Perform Final Accessibility Checks

Now that you have reviewed your document for accessibility and corrected the accessibility issues you found using the built-in tools in Acrobat, the last step is to re-check for accessibility in your document.

  • Check for Tags
  • Check for Document Language
  • Assess Reading Order by use of the Order Panel, Export a Text (Accessible) version of the PDF, Use Assistive Technology such as JAWS and the built-in Read Out Loud features in Acrobat
  • Perform a Full Check for Accessibility by running the Accessibility Full Check Report

Refer to Stage 1 - Review: Checking a PDF for Accessibility section in this document to see how to perform each of the final accessibility checks listed above.

After you complete the reviewe, save the document.  If the final review of the document shows that it is accessible, you are ready to make the PDF available online.

Video Tutorial - Final Review (0:38)


  • This training has been funded in part by the EnACT (Ensuring Access through Collaboration and Technology) grant. 
  • Written and developed by Sacramento State Online Learning professionals, Monica Range and Cryssel Vera and technical crew, Ivan Vajar, Ken Young, and Jennifer Wicks with guidance from the CSU Professional Development Work Group.


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