Nobody... anybody... ?
Answered it myself... Thanks for help
Assigning a paragraph style to a particular export tag defines its role in the tagged PDF file. For instance, text using an InDesign style named “Main Headline” might appear in the Acrobat Tags panel with a <Main Headline> tag wrapped around it, but in the Edit Role Map dialog in Acrobat, that Main Headline tag is assigned the role of <h1>, if H1 was defined as the style’s export tag in InDesign.
I tested in InDesign CC. (This bug would not be fixed in InDesign CS6.)
I can confirm that this bug is still in InDesign CC (see illustration below).
I don't know how to fix this except manually in Acrobat. (I don't normally work with accessibiility issues.)
I'd suggest reporting the bug here:
You can pre-set paragraph styles to use specific export tags. To use the same tags again, edit an InDesign template:
- Open a copy of the template in InDesign.
- Click F11 to open up Paragraph Styles.
- Right click a particular style and choose Edit "<style name>."
- In the Paragraph Style Options window, select Export Tagging (at the bottom of the list).
- In the drop-down menu under PDF, choose the tag you wish to apply. (Be sure to check under PDF),
- Click OK. When finished doing this to all the styles you want to export, be sure to save your blank publication as a template..
This option worked better for me than Edit All Export Tags because I actually thought which tag would go best with the paragraph style. It also helped me spot other aspects of the style which might not be accessible (like the horrid light blue text that Microsoft Word likes to apply to Heading1).
My question is this: One Adobe web tutorial taught me how to use the Tags panel to set up the tags, as well as the tag order.
Then I saw another tutorial which said if we use the Articles panel and set all our articles in order, InDesign would export it to the PDF in that order.
Unh Unnnnh...didn't happen that way. In some cases, the PDF had no tags --- even when I chose the Tags follow document structure option in Acrobat Pro.
Either the PDF had no tags or the tags were all out of order. Should I not use the articles panel?