Inadequate structure

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A document has inadequate structure if it is not possible for software to distinguish parts of the document and the links between those parts.

For example, a document may have inadequate structure if an author has created headings by making the text larger and bold. Visually these look like headings but it is not possible for a computer to recognise this text conclusively as a heading.

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