I am working to make PDFs accessible and found that one user who is using a screen reader prefers to tab through tables instead of using the arrow keys. This helps her to know when the tables ends. Currently if you tab at any point in the table (instead of using the arrows) it takes her to the next link which is after a few paragraphs of text.
Tabbing through tables happens automatically in MS Word (where the document was created). I'm assuming there is a way to correct this.
Thanks for your help!
There's no such concept as "tables" in a PDF form created in Acrobat (only in those created in LiveCycle Designer). The tab order of fields in such a form is on a field-to-field basis. You can change it in the Form Edit mode of Acrobat, or you can use a generic order (rows/columns) via the page properties.
hmm... ok. she is able to tab through the document and it takes her to all the links on the page. They are not a part of a form. Is there a way to edit that tab order?
what about changing the document structure?