This website is designed to display best with your monitor set at screen resolution 1024 x 768 pixels, but will generally display with minimal scrolling at 640 x 480 pixels. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are used to set the colour and size of the text within each page.
Increasing text size
Some users might find screen text easier to read by increasing the size at which text is displayed.
To do this use the two As located at the top of the page, each 'A' is a link that will change your browser settings to enlarge or reduce the text size depending on your selection.
You can also adjust your browser settings manually. To do this follow the instructions below:
If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, go to the View menu, select Text Size and then either Larger or Largest. For more information visit the Microsoft help and support site.
If you use Google Chrome, use the keyboard and press the Ctrl and + keys simultaneously to increase the zoom. Press the Ctrl and - keys to decrease the zoom and Ctrl + 0 to reset the screen to the default zoom state.
If you use Firefox, go to the View menu, select Text Size and then select Increase. You can achieve the same effect using the keyboard by pressing the Ctrl and + keys simultaneously. Firefox publishes detailed information on how to adjust the display of its browser on its website:http://www.mozilla.org/support/firefox/options
Altering text with stylesheets
A user's style sheet can be inserted in MS Explorer by selecting Tools - Internet Options - Accessibility and in Netscape by selecting Edit - Preferences - Appearance - Fonts.
For more information visit the Microsoft help and support site.
PDF Adobe Reader
Documents marked .pdf are saved in Portable Document Format. You will need Adobe Reader to view all pdf files. The Acrobat Reader software is available for downloading free of charge from the Adobe website.
The free reader allows you to view, navigate and print pdf files across all major computing platforms.
Adobe's accessibility website is full of information on the features and capabilities of Adobe products that enhance electronic document accessibility for people with disabilities such as blindness, low vision and motor impairments.
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