To make sure that your Microsoft Word documents are properly tagged for accessibility when you export them to the PDF format, you should enable the accessibility preferences for the PDF Maker.

Adding white space around your images can make it easier for the PDF Maker to properly tag your documents for accessibility when it does the conversion from Microsoft Word to the PDF document format.One way to add white space is by placing your cursor immediately after each image and adding a few carriage returns. However, a better way to add the white space is to use the Paragraph Styles built into Microsoft Word.

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