These pages use tags that will work best with versions 4 and above of the Netscape and Internet Explorer browsers. If you are using one of these browsers then you can download an alternative stylesheet that will make things easier to read for certain sight conditions - it makes everything larger and improves the contrast between the text and background. Click here to get the alternative stylesheet (accessible_style_sheet.css) and then save it on your machine. Once you have this then you can tell your browser to use this instead of the default one I have specified. For example, in Internet Explorer 5 on the PC go to Tools/Internet options/Accessibility and select 'Format documents using my stylesheet' then choose accessible_style_sheet.css in the file selector. You should also make sure you select 'Ignore colours specified on Web pages', 'Ignore font styles specified on Web pages' and 'Ignore font sizes specified on Web pages' in this dialogue. A Text only version of the site is also available.
Many of the documents on these Web pages use the Adobe PDF format, if you want to get access to these in HTML or plain text then you can use the Adobe Accessibility tools.
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