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<jamesn_> <discussion of editing issues and status of drafts>
The Comments column explains how Acrobat Pro displays the corresponding information.
<David> The following list is not intended to by exclusive or exhaustive, but simply reflects our findings as of this writing. Also, it should be noted that these products *can* produce accessible PDF.
scribe: if used properly,
<David> As in HTML editors, meeting WCAG in PDF editors and generators depends upon meeting the Success Criteria.
Not all versions of these tools support accessible PDF. Check with tools vendors about the accessibility support in their product.
<David> In general newer tools provide better support than older ones
<David> You can add Lotus Symphony Documents to the list of applications that can export accessibly tagged PDFs. Lotus Symphony is based on OpenOffice.org Technology and supports the ODF standard, ISO 26300: http://www-03.ibm.com/software/lotus/symphony/home.nsf/product_wpe