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Accessibility

Our website has been designed to be as easy to use as possible for users with disabilities. Users with a visual impairment can change the text size by adjusting the settings in their browser. Internet Explorer users can access this facility through the View & Text Size menu. Other browsers support this feature by pressing Ctrl and the + or - keys. Please refer to your browser Help if this is not the case. Blind and visually impaired users can also make use of screen readers such as JAWS.

 My Computer My Way

Visit our My Computer My Way website to take control of your computer. 

My Computer My Way is our easy to use guide to the accessibility features built into your desktop PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone:

Vision - help with seeing your screen 

Hearing - help with sounds and audio 

 Motor - help with keyboard and mouse difficulties 

Cognitive - help with reading, spelling and understanding 

Adobe Acrobat and accessibility

 

On this website our client publications and newsletters are available to read or print in pdf format. Wherever you see the pdf icon (pdf icon) next to the title of the a publication you can click on the pdf icon to open the publication.

You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print pdf files. Adobe Acrobat Reader is free and can be downloaded from the Adobe website.Visually impaired users may also find the tools offered on the Adobe website useful.

As pdf documents may not be readily accessible to screen readers and may not be formatted for visually impaired users, the use of a conversion tool is advised to convert pdf documents into plain text or html documents.

If you have any questions or comments regarding the accessibility of our website please contact our Digital Communications team.