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This page contains resources for the Actuate Document Accessibility Appliance; the first and only proven, production-tested, self-contained, virtual appliance that automatically remediates high-volume customer communications into standards-compliant, Universally Accessible PDF format, and does so instantly and without requiring customers to self-identify.

Below you will find documentation and tutorials to help you get started using the Actuate Document Accessibility Appliance.

Documentation


Importing the Document Accessibility Appliance
This document outlines processes for importing the Actuate Document Accessibility Virtual Appliance into various VMWare virtualization applications.

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Deploying a License to the Document Accessibility Appliance
This document outlines processes for deploying a License file to the Actuate Document Accessibility Virtual Appliance.

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Web Service API for the Automated PDF Document Remediation
This Technical Bulletin outlines the Web Service API to use to submit Documents the Document Accessibility Appliance’s Automated PDF Remediation feature.

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Tutorials


Getting Started with the Repository Console
This tutorial takes you through logging into the Repository Console, navigating to the sample documents loaded into Actuate Repository, dynamically retrieving and converting a document into Universally Accessible PDF and presenting it.

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Getting Started with the Automated PDF Remediation Demo Console
This tutorial takes you through logging into the Automated PDF Remediation Demo Console, submitting documents through the Console, and viewing the dynamically converting Universally Accessible PDF.

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Getting Started with the Alternate Text Administration Console
This tutorial takes you through logging into the Alternate Text Administration Console, uploading Alternate Text Resource bundles, viewing images and their alternate text, adding additional locales and alternate text to images and organizing your images through tags.

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