2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 23, 2015 1:48 PM by Joolza

    Use InDesgin to create accessible file from Autocad?


      I've been asked to test InDesign to create an accessible file (i.e. screen-reader friendly) from an autocad drawing. I have the autocad file as an .dwg, .eps and .pdf. I have placed each version of the file into InDesign and am now wondering:


      1. Is there another way to bring any of these file formats into InDesgin other than "placing" them?

      2. Is InDesign the best chose to create an accessible file from an autocad drawing, and if not, what is?


      The final output is to be posted on-line, perhaps as a .pdf. We are testing InDesign as early research touts it as creating the most accessible files.


      Thanks for any assistance.