This page contains a few pointers that might improve your use of the website.
Ease of use
This site has been designed for use by all members of the community, whether experienced internet users or not. The layout has been created with visually impaired users in mind and is fully compatible with browser-reading software. The site can be navigated using the keyboard alone hopefully making it easier to use for physically disabled people.
Increasing text size
Some users might find screen text easier to read by increasing the size at which text is displayed. To do this you should simply adjust your browser's settings. If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer go to the VIEW menu, select TEXT SIZE and then either LARGER or LARGEST. If you use Netscape Navigator go to the VIEW menu and choose INCREASE FONT until the text is whatever size you require.
Adobe Acrobat PDF Files
Documents are often provided in ".PDF" format. PDFs (portable document format) are suited to downloading and printing. To view a PDF your browser needs a plug-in called the Acrobat Reader. This is available for free and can be downloaded from the Adobe? website. The file size is 8.6 mb which should take approximately 20 minutes to download on a 56k modem.
Microsoft Word Documents
For site users that do not own a copy of Microsoft Word, a free viewer is available for download from the Microsoft website.
Visually impaired users who require browser-reading software can download a special plug-in for your browser.
To print webpages in full go to page setup and adjust page layout to landscape.