CommonLook PDF Oklahoma Edition
The Oklahoma Information Technology Accessibility standards are designed to comply with the law passed by the Oklahoma Legislature and signed by the Governor of Oklahoma in 2004. The standards are based on the requirements of Section 508 (29 U.S.C. 794d) of the Rehabilitation Act and also include a number of Oklahoma-specific standards that apply to all OK state agencies.
The CommonLook PDF Oklahoma Edition is the optimal solution for state agencies, contractors or other entities that deal with the State of Oklahoma to ensure their PDF documents comply with the Oklahoma Information Technology Accessibility standards.
Using CommonLook PDF Section 508 - State of Oklahoma Edition you can easily and quickly determine if your PDF documents meet all the applicable Section 508 requirements as well as Oklahoma-specific requirements. The product also helps correct the most common accessibility problems, including the proper tagging of images, tables, forms and other non-textual objects. A compliance report makes it possible for PDF authors to get detailed information on the accessibility problems so they can be corrected.
Features and Benefits
- Applies all Oklahoma Information Technology Accessibility Standards that are applicable to PDF, and identifies all instances of document non-compliance, providing a comprehensive and easy-to-use accessibility testing solution
- Automates the complete testing of individual standards, thereby increasing productivity, and providing a time-and-money saving solution
- Provides detailed and summary test results information at the page and document levels
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