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Accessibility

Recent versions of Microsoft Windows and Mac OS contain many accessibility features that can assist computer users that are blind or vision impaired. This accessibility guide is provided to assist in accessing these features.
Adjusting the text size Internet Explorer - Windows 98/ME/2000/X/Vista/7/8:
1 Go to the 'View' pull - down menu
2 Go to 'Text Size'
3 A pop - up menu should appear showing you five different text sizes. Select'Larger' or 'Largest' to make the text larger. This will also increase the size on many other Internet sites
Internet Explorer - Windows Vista/7/8:
1 Hold down the CTRL key on your keyboard
2 Press the '+' key to make the text bigger or the '-' key to make the text smaller
3 Keep repeating step 2 until the text is at a suitable size
Safari - Mac OS
1 Hold down the 'Apple' key and press the '+' key
2 Repeat until the text is at a suitable large


Adjusting the colours:
Internet Explorer - Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7/8:
1 Go to the 'Tools' pull-down menu
2 Select 'Internet Options'
3 In the bottom-left hand corner you will see a 'Colors' button. Select this button
4 Select the colours that you want by selecting the current colour and then select a new colour
5 Select OK on the 'Colors' screen
6 Select OK on the 'Internet Optons' screen
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