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3 3  PDF/UA was published as [[ISO Standard 14289-1>>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_14289]] in August 2012 and is by far the first complete definition of a set of requirements for universally accessible PDF documents. The term "universally accessible" refers to the understanding that the information contained in a [[PDF>>doc:pdf.WebHome]] document should be equally and independently accessible to everyone in general and to people with disabilities in particular.¬†Introduction of the PDF/UA standard can be considered a major step for creating tools and applications in order to create and read PDF content.
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5 -== File Format requirements ==
5 +== File Format Requirements ==
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7 7  The PDF/UA has some definite requirements at its base that act as the essence of this standard. Essentially, these are based on tagging PDFs which means that all PDF/UA documents must be properly tagged. It also requires the tags to be semantically appropriate and in logical order. This ensures that the end document created with PDF/UA spec is more reliable and accessible. This may bring PDF authors to question if they need to know everything about all such requirements? Luckily, it's not like this as the PDF/UA conformance tools take the responsibility for adding and preserving the accessibility of the PDF.
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