We want everyone to be able to access the information on this site.
Here are a few tips to make this easier.
Using the keyboard instead of a mouse
You can use the tab key to key through all the links on a page, pressing ENTER or the 'return' key when the desired link is highlighted.
Changing the text size
You can change the text size of a website to suit your needs.
Hold down Ctrl and press the + or - keys to make the text bigger or smaller. You can also click on the View menu and then select Text Size. Click on the text size you require.
Netscape and Firefox
PC users: Hold down Ctrl and press the + or - keys to make the text bigger or smaller.
Mac users: Hold down Cmd and press the + or - keys to make the text bigger or smaller.
Click on the View menu and then select either Make Text Bigger or Make Text Smaller.
Changing colours and fonts
You can change the text, background colour and fonts that appear in a website.
Click on the Tools menu, then Internet Options. From here you can adjust the colour and font.
If you click on the Accessibility button, you can decide to ignore the colours, font styles and font sizes of the website you are viewing. You can also apply your own style sheet to view websites with your choice of formatting.
Click on the Tools menu, then Options. Click on the Fonts & Colours button to adjust these settings.
There are a number of documents for download across the site which use the portable document format (pdf). The Adobe site
gives useful information on how to configure free Adobe Reader® software to work with assistive technology and obtain greater access to PDF files.
Download Adobe Reader for free