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Some of the iText team was part of the first PDF Day event in Australia. Besides enjoying our time down under, we were really impressed with the quality of the attendees and the event organization by the PDF Association. We and our partner MDS gave the event three thumbs up. (Left: Tony Van den Zegel - Director of Sales, APAC for iText, Middle: Sunny Long - Managing Director of MDS Pacific, Right: Raf Hens - Director, Product Management for iText) The event focused on the topics of archiving and accessibility. Our own Director of Product Management, Raf Hens, gave a talk on accessibility, on...
In this chapter, we're going to take a closer look at two sub-standards of ISO 32000. We're going to create PDF/UA files that are compliant with ISO 14289 (Universal Accessibility). We're also going to create PDF/A files that comply with ISO 19005 (archiving, or long-term preservation).
I am trying to create a document that conforms with PDF/A-1 level A. As long as I don't introduce a header or a footer using a page event, the code works fine. However, when I introduce text that is added at an absolute position, iText throws an exception telling me that the content I'm adding isn't tagged.
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Chapter 7: Creating PDF/UA and PDF/A documents

In this chapter, we're going to take a closer look at two sub-standards of ISO 32000. We're going to create PDF/UA files that are compliant with ISO 14289 (Universal Accessibility). We're also going to create PDF/A files that comply with ISO 19005 (archiving, or long-term preservation).

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