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    In an inclusive world we need to be able to create documents in InDesign with proper accessibility info (tagging) that can then be exported to PDF keeping the correct tagging so that the pdf can be read by screen readers and other assistive technology that reads the documents and have integrated reading support tools such as simultaneous highlighting. When I export this file to pdf the tags are given new names (a <P> tag in InDesign is no longer a <P> tag in the pdf), and they are chopped into bits according to the lines in the source file. Although the reading is okay, some assistive technology highlights text while reading sentence per sentence, and the bug I am reporting results in the text being highlighted line by line, instead of sentence by sentence for sentences spread over more than one line. I have had extensive support on this issue (Case Id-0189320860 / Shailesh) and your support team has advised me to report a bug.

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