Feature request / Bug report

Auto Tag a Single Page

Acrobat's new Autotag utility re-tags the entire document.

Sometimes most of the PDF is fine and I just need to correct one page or a portion of content that I've selected.

But we can't do that: right now, it's all or nothing.

Give us the option to autotag the entire document, a single page, or the content we have selected with our cursor. Keep the other tags that are already in the PDF.

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  • Bevi Chagnon | PubCom.com commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    No, the Order panel tool doesn't really accomplish what's needed. Example, these items can't be selected and tagged from that panel:

    - Lists (<L>, <LI>, <Lbl> and <Lbody>)

    - Tables of Content (<TOC> and <TOCI> with <Link>/<Reference> + <Link OBJR>)

    - Captions (without the <figure>; the Caption tag is being used on links, tables, and other items).

    - Tables with footnotes

    - Regular page footnotes with their corresponding hyperlinks.

    Second, in some documents only a partial section needs to be corrected, such as 2 pages of a 100-page PDF. It would greatly help if the user could select that specific content and autotag it without re-tagging the remaining content.

    Right now, autotag retags the entire document, which in many cases isn't needed.

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