- This site uses cascading style sheets for visual layout.
- This site uses only relative font sizes, compatible with the user-specified "text size" option in visual browsers.
- If your browser or browsing device does not support stylesheets at all, the content of each page is still readable.
- Any information conveyed through the use of color is also available without color (i.e. text based).
You can make the text larger or smaller on this site, or on any website you visit by either selecting the Text-resize style sheet controls or by changing the settings on your computer.
- To change the default text size using the site style sheets simply select the small ‘A-’ or large ‘A+’ in the top right corner of the content area. This will automatically alter all text content within the website.
Throughout the website, every page has a print friendly icon. Simply select this icon whenever you wish to print a page of the website. Use the Print function of your browser to print the reformatted page. The Print function is usually located under the File menu of your browser window.
When a web page is printed, it will print the title of the page, the location of the page as well as the content. Navigation menus and site banners are automatically removed for your convenience to improve readability on paper.
Throughout this website, you may encounter documents and files that require you to install additional software on your computer. Please note that in most cases you are not required to install anything as most computers are capable of reading the documents and files on this website.
The following is a list of software that you may need to read the documents and files on this website:
Using a speech reader with PDF files
A number of documents on this site are in Portable Document Format (PDF). PDF is a type of file, containing both text and pictures, that cannot be changed and appears the same way each time. A PDF file name always ends in .pdf.
http://access.adobe.com provides a number of tools that can help people who use speech readers to read the content of PDF documents. These tools work by converting PDF documents to text readable by speech readers. These tools are free and most require no downloading of files.
To find out more about these tools go to http://access.adobe.com.