Accessibility

This page contains information on changing the look of the site to make it easier to read and tips for people who do not use a mouse when browsing web sites.

Shortcut Keys

Shortcut keys can be used to jump to different areas or pages within the site

These keys and how to use them for your browser are listed below.

How to use the shortcut keys

Windows users

Mac Users

Zoom & Increase Font Size

Tips on how to increase the size of the site, or just increase the font size are listed below:

Internet Explorer 7, 8 & 9
Increase size: Ctrl and the + key
Decrease size: Ctrl and the - key
Normal size: Ctrl and the 0 key
   
Internet Explorer 6
(This browser is not recommended)
Increase size: Ctrl and the + key
Decrease size: Ctrl and the - key
Normal size: Ctrl and the 0 key
   
Firefox for Windows
Increase font size: Ctrl and the + key
Decrease font size: Ctrl and the - key
Normal font size: Ctrl and the 0 key
   
Firefox for Mac
Increase size: Cmd and the + key
Decrease size: Cmd and the - key
Normal size: Cmd and the 0 key
   
Safari for Windows
Increase font size: Ctrl and the + key
Decrease font size: Ctrl and the - key
Normal font size: Ctrl and the 0 key
   
Safari for Mac
Increase size: Cmd, Shift and the + key
Decrease size: Cmd, Shift and the - key
   
Chrome for Windows
Increase size: Ctrl and the + key
Decrease size: Ctrl and the - key
Normal font size: Ctrl and the 0 key
   
Chrome for Mac
Increase size: Cmd and the + key
Decrease size: Cmd and the - key
Normal font size: Cmd and the 0 key
   
Opera for Windows & Mac
Opera has a vast number of great accessibility features. For a full list, see: Opera Accessibility Information

 

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