I am using Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro. (However, version 10.1.8 will be installed soon).
I create a report in Microsoft Access 2010. I add tags to every field in my Access report (right click on the boxes, go to Properties, click on the Other tab and enter a value for "Tag"). Then I click to export the Access report to PDF. In the Access export pop up window, I click "Options" and then check the box to include "Document structure tabs for accessibility".
After the document exports, I open the document in Adobe and click Advanced, Accessibility, Full Check. But I get "The checker found problems which may prevent the document from being fully accessible". In the Details sections, it says: "This document is not tagged".
Is there any way to carry over the Microsoft Access tags into Adobe?
Access "tags" are not logical hierarchy elements that equate to PDF elements (tags) when a PDF is created.
All that is similar is the word "tag".
To learn / understand what PDF tags are get comfy and read 14.8 of ISO 32000-1.