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- You can override colours used in websites - making all text black and all backgrounds white - by clicking 'tools', 'internet options...', 'accessibility...' and selecting 'ignore colors specified on web pages'.
- Wherever possible, document downloads are provided as tagged .pdf files. This helps us keep file sizes down and makes documents more accessible. You can download free reader software if it isn't already installed on your computer by clicking the link below:
If you use assistive technologies to read websites and documents, the Adobe website has some information on setting up and using your software.