Design and accessibility
This website has been designed for a screen resolution of 800x600 and for Internet Explorer and Netscape compatible browsers of version 4.0 and above. Please be aware that if you are using a browser which differs from this specification, or Netscape 6.0, you may experience difficulties viewing this site. These can often be resolved by visiting your browser website and downloading an upgrade:
• Internet Explorer
If accessing the site using a screen resolution of below 800x600, the pages will be legible but some horizontal scrolling may occur.
Opening external links and Adobe Acrobat (PDF) files
External links will usually open in the same window as this website. Please use the back button to return to the page you were on previously.
Many of the documents on this site are Adobe Acrobat (pdf) files. You will need the Acrobat Reader software to view them. This software can be downloaded by clicking on the Get Acrobat Reader icon, wherever it appears on the site.
PDF files will also open in the same window as this website. Use the back button to return to the page you were on previously.
Accessibility for the visually impaired
There are different things you can do to change the look of this site and make it easier for you to read:
• You can change the colours
• You can change the font
• You can make the text bigger
How you do this depends on the type of browser that you use. Use the help facility on your browser toolbar or visit their website for more information. Some of the most common browser websites are listed below:
• Internet Explorer
When altering browser settings, please be aware that this will change the look and feel of the website that you are viewing.
Alternative ways to view Adobe Acrobat documents
This site uses Adobe Acrobat to display certain documents. If your screen reader software (for example an audio-enabled web browser) is not compatible with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, an online tool is available which converts the content of PDF files to a format which can be understood by most screen reader applications.
The URL of the document can be submitted via email or web form; the content is then converted either to HTML (standard web page format) or to plain text. For more information and full details of how to use this tool, please visit http://access.adobe.com/onlinetools.html.