Hur kan jag komma åt dialogrutan Spara som i Adobe Reader?

Uppdatera Adobe Flash player

How do I properly tag alternative text images in a PDF file?

In Adobe Reader 7, JAWS does not read the Reading Order combo box.

JAWS 8.0 may interfere with uninstalling Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader 8.

Opening PDF documents causes long delays.

What can I do if JAWS is not fully speaking a PDF document or table within a PDF document in the Adobe Reader program?

Why aren't my PDF files automatically associated with Adobe Reader?

Why won't Adobe Reader 7.0 launch when I activate a link from a web site to a PDF File?


Hur kan jag komma åt dialogrutan Spara som i Adobe Reader?

Svar:
Du kommer inte att höra något tal när du försöker använda dialogrutan Spara som i Adobe Reader, Acrobat Reader DC, eller Adobe Reader Pro.

Detta är ett Adobe fel som påverkar JAWS 15 och senare. Du kan komma runt problemet enligt följande:


1. Gå till Adobe Reader, menyn Redigera > Inställningar > Allmänt.

2. Avmarkera kryssrutan "Visa online lagring när filer sparas".
Detta kommer åter igen att använda Windows egen dialogruta, och JAWS kan läsa den.


Uppdatera Adobe Flash player

Att uppdatera Adobe Flash Player är inte så svårt med hjälp av den här guiden.

Installationsprogrammet består av tre likartade skärmbilder.
På varje skärmbild finns det flera kontroller som inte har någon ledtext, eller endast en bokstav som namn eller etikett.

Första skärmbilden:
Namn: Uppdatera Adobe Flash player.
Här finns tre kontroller.

Den första är en knapp utan namn, den betyder att man skall skjuta upp uppdateringen tills senare.
Detta är egentligen en kryssruta, som väldigt många skärmläsare tolkar som en knapp.
Nästa kontroll heter A knapp, och betyder Avbryt.
Den tredje kontrollen heter I knapp, och betyder Installera.
Tryck MELLANSLAG på I knapp.

Andra skärmbilden:
Namn: Installationsprogram för Adobe Flash Player (version).
Denna skärm är ett licensavtal, och innehåller från början två kontroller.
Den första är en knapp utan namn, och den betyder "Jag godkänner".
Här skall du trycka MELLANSLAG för att markera den här knappen, som egentligen är en kryssruta.
Den andra kontrollen är A knapp, och betyder Avbryt.
Den tredje kontrollen, som inte syns om du inte har markerat knappen utan namn, är I knapp, och betyder Installera.
Tryck MELLANSLAG på I knapp.

Tredje skärmbilden:
Namn: Installationsprogram för Adobe Flash Player (version).
Den här skärmbilden innehåller endast en kontroll, I knapp.
Det betyder Installera.
Tryck MELLANSLAG på I knapp.

Nu är installationen klar, och alla fönster försvinner.

Notera:
Om du kör med Windows Vista eller Windows 7, och har Kontroll av användarkonto, (UAC) aktivt, då kommer du att få en varning om att datorn kommer att ändras.
Du måste således godkänna detta för att installationen skall slutföras.
 


How do I properly tag alternative text images in a PDF file? (11/30/2007)

Details of Selected Bulletin
Bulletin Type: FAQ
Date Posted: 11/30/2007
Product Name: JAWS

Version: 8.0 plus

Category: Adobe Acrobat
 

Question:
How do I properly tag alternative text images in a PDF file?

Answer:
Here is the easiest way to create alternate text for images in PDF documents created from MS Word 2007.

NOTE: Office 2007 requires the installation of the Acrobat 8.1 update to work with PDFMaker. Acrobat 8.0 and earlier will not support Office 2007 or Office 2007 files.

The following steps will work with JAWS 8.0 and higher, Adobe Professional version 8.1, and Microsoft Word 2007.

To create accessible PDFs from Word documents, do the following:

1. In Microsoft Word, select the image and right click or choose the APPLICATION Key.

2. Choose Format Picture in the Context menu; the Format Picture dialog box opens.

3. Press CTRL+TAB to move to the Alternate Text page of the multi-page dialog box.

4. Press ALT+A to move to the edit field and type in the alternate text you desire for the image. Close the dialog box and return to the document when finished.

NOTE: This is suggested good practice, even if not converting to PDF, since JAWS users can read alternate text in images in Word by changing the verbosity list to read "Borders & Pictures - On."

5. Choose File > Save As from the MS Word program.

6. In the Save As dialog box give the file a name and change the Save as Type combo box to show PDF. Choose OK. The PDF is created, the tags are created automatically, and the ALT text reads fine with JAWS.

To add ALT text to images in an existing PDF document where ALT text was not initially added, do the following:

1. Open the PDF document in Adobe Professional 8.1.

2. In the tags tree, select the <Image> tag (this is sometimes called the <InlineShape> tag), and press the APPLICATION Key to open a context menu.

3. Choose Properties in the Context menu. The TouchUp Properties dialog box opens in Adobe Professional.

4. Make sure you are on the Tags page of the multi-page dialog box and press TAB to move to the Alternate Text edit field.

5. Enter the alternate text you desire for the image. Close the dialog box and return to the PDF document when finished.

6. IMPORTANT: You must save the PDF document and reopen it for JAWS to see the changes!


In Adobe Reader 7, JAWS does not read the Reading Order combo box. (08/07/2006)

Details of Selected Bulletin
Bulletin Type: TSN Number: 28172
Date Posted: 08/07/2006
Product Name: JAWS

Version: 7.10 plus

Category: Adobe Acrobat

Short Description:
In Adobe Reader 7, JAWS does not read the Reading Order combo box.

Problem:
In Adobe Reader 7, JAWS does not read the available choices when you use the arrow keys to navigate the Reading Order combo box. You can access this combobox When opening untagged PDF documents which need to be analyzed in order to prepare for assistive reading or by choosing Change Accessibility Reading Options from the Document menu.

Solution:
There are two methods to work around this issue:

• Press ALT+DOWN ARROW to open the combo box

• Click the arrow next to the combo box to open it.

After you perform either of these two actions, JAWS will read the combo box correctly.


JAWS 8.0 may interfere with uninstalling Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader 8. (12/05/2006)

Details of Selected Bulletin
Bulletin Type: TSN Number: 29327
Date Posted: 12/05/2006
Product Name: JAWS

Version: 8.0

Category: Adobe Acrobat

Short Description:
JAWS 8.0 may interfere with uninstalling Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader 8.

Problem:
If you try to remove Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader 8.0 after having JAWS 8 running, you may get a message that the uninstaller was not able to continue because JAWS files are in use. When you choose to uninstall Adobe Acrobat 8 or Adobe Reader 8, after the validating install phase, a "Files in Use" dialog is displayed. JAWS is listed as the application that needs to be closed. This is tied to the FSDOM files in JAWS 8.0 and this will occur if you are running
JAWS 7.1 after having installed JAWS 8.0.

Solution:
The simple workaround is to exit JAWS and continue the Adobe uninstall:

1. With JAWS 8.0 running, start the Adobe uninstall process via the Control Panel, Add or Remove Programs utility.

2. When you get to the "Files in Use" dialog, press INS+F4 to exit JAWS.

3. Press WindowsKey+R to open the Run dialog, and type "narrator". This launches Windows Narrator, without the Utility Manager.

Alternately, you can type WindowsKey+U to launch Narrator. However, this will also launch the Utility Manager, which forces you to ALT+TAB past that window, or to ALT+F4 out of it.

4. ALT+TAB back to the Adobe Uninstall dialog and TAB to the Retry button. Press ENTER. The Adobe uninstallation process should continue.

5. You can launch JAWS and shut down Narrator at any time after the Adobe uninstall is complete.


Opening PDF documents causes long delays. (09/03/2003)

Details of Selected Bulletin
Bulletin Type: TSN
Date Posted: 09/03/2003
Product Name: JAWS

Version: 4.5x plus

Category: Adobe Acrobat

Short Description:
Opening PDF documents causes long delays.

Problem:
Opening PDF documents in Acrobat 6.0 with JAWS running causes long delays. JAWS is silent while Acrobat opens the file. Acrobat may take up to several minutes to completely load the PDF file. The delay is most noticeable when opening PDF documents in document mode, where the delay will be proportional to the number of pages in the document.

Solution:
A new Acrobat 6.0 feature related to reading order in untagged documents causes the long delays when opening documents. Perform the following to disable this feature:

1. Start Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader.

2. From the Edit menu, choose Preferences.

3. Press R to display your Reading preferences.

4. Press ALT+R to move to the Reading Order combo box.

5. Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to select either Left-Right, Top-to-Bottom Reading Order or Use Reading Order in Raw Print Stream.

6. Press ENTER to activate the OK button and save your changes.

Important: Disabling this feature may prevent JAWS from recognizing tables or columns properly in PDF documents. If you want to read a table in a PDF document

with JAWS, perform the following:

1. Start Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader.

2. From the Edit menu, choose Preferences.

3. Press R to display your Reading preferences.

4. Press ALT+D to move to the Deliver Data in Pages when Document Exceeds ___ Pages check box. Press SPACEBAR to select this check box if it is not already selected.

5. Enter '0' in the edit box.

6. Press ALT+R to move to the Reader Order combo box.

7. Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to select Infer Reading Order from Document.

8. Press ENTER to activate the OK button and save your changes.


What can I do if JAWS is not fully speaking a PDF document or table within a PDF document in the Adobe Reader program? (03/09/2004)

Details of Selected Bulletin
Bulletin Type: FAQ
Date Posted: 03/09/2004
Product Name: JAWS

Version: 5.0 plus
 

Category: Adobe Acrobat

Question:
What can I do if JAWS is not fully speaking a PDF document or table within a PDF document in the Adobe Reader program?

Answer:
Reading Documents

If JAWS is not reading PDF documents, be sure you are using the full version of Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.01 or higher, which has accessibility features built in.

If you cannot read a document with the latest version of Acrobat Reader, the author of the document may not have made it accessible to screen readers. To check a document's accessibility, open the Document menu (ALT+D) in Adobe Reader and choose Accessibility Quick Check.

You can also save the file as a text document that you can read with JAWS. In Adobe Reader, open the File Menu (ALT+F) and choose Save as Text. In Adobe Acrobat, open the File menu (ALT+F) and choose Save As. In the Save as Type list, choose "Text (accessible)" and then save the file.

Reading Tables

Adobe Systems, Inc. changed the default reading order in Acrobat/Reader 6.01 from "Infer reading order from document" to "Use reading order in raw print stream." If a PDF document that is not tagged contains a table, the table will not be recognized by JAWS, and you cannot use JAWS table reading commands to navigate the table.

To change the reading order so that you can navigate tables in non-tagged .pdf documents with JAWS, do the following:

1. In Acrobat/Reader, open the Edit menu and choose Preferences.

2. Use the arrow keys to select Reading.

3. Press ALT+R and then press ALT+DOWN ARROW.

4. Select "Infer reading order from document (recommended) and press ENTER.

Alternatively, the author of the .pdf file can use Adobe Acrobat Professional to add tags to the document for accessibility. In Acrobat/Reader, open the Advanced menu, open the Accessibility submenu, and choose Add Tags to Document.

For more information on accessibility and Adobe Reader, including non-MSAA solutions, visit
http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/access_overview.html


Why aren't my PDF files automatically associated with Adobe Reader? (01/15/2004)

Details of Selected Bulletin
Bulletin Type: FAQ
Date Posted: 01/15/2004
Product Name: JAWS

Version: 4.x plus
 

Category: Adobe Acrobat

Question:
Why aren't my PDF files automatically associated with Adobe Reader?

Answer:
This is a general issue not specifically related to JAWS or MAGic. If you install Adobe Reader 6.01 or higher and cannot open a PDF file from Windows Explorer, you can manually associate all PDF files with Adobe Reader by doing the following:

1. Select any PDF file in Windows Explorer or on the desktop.

2. Press the APPLICATIONS Key.

3. From the context menu that appears, choose Open With.

Note: In Windows XP, choose Open, then choose the Select a Program From the List radio button, and press ENTER.

4. Move to the list of programs. Use the arrow keys to select Adobe Reader 6.01 or higher.

5. Press TAB until you move to the Always Use This Program to Open These Files check box. Select this check box if it is not already selected.

6. Press ENTER to activate the OK button. You should now be able to open PDF files from Windows Explorer.

For related documentation you can go to Adobe support pages:

How to Change File Associations in Windows

PDF Files Open in Wrong Acrobat Viewer in Windows


Why won't Adobe Reader 7.0 launch when I activate a link from a web site to a PDF File? (03/14/2005)

Details of Selected Bulletin
Bulletin Type: FAQ Number: 21792
Date Posted: 03/14/2005
Product Name: JAWS

Version: 6.0 plus

Category: Adobe Acrobat

Question:
Why won't Adobe Reader 7.0 launch when I activate a link from a web site to a PDF File?

Answer:
There is a bug in Adobe Reader 7.0 that can prevent it from launching and opening some PDF files on the Web. Adobe Systems, Inc. is aware of the problem and is working on a solution. In the meantime, JAWS users can use the following procedure as a work around:

1. Use the Virtual Cursor to navigate to the PDF link that does not launch.

2. Press the NUM Pad Asterisk key, which opens a context menu.

NOTE: Do not use the Application key since it may yield different results.

3. Choose "Save Target As" in the context menu, and save the PDF file to a location on your local hard drive. You can then open the PDF file using Adobe Reader 7.0.



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