Accessibility.

Most web browsers allow you to override the page settings so you can adjust colours and text to suit your individual needs.

Internet Explorer

Find out more about adjusting accessibility options in Internet Explorer on the Microsoft website.

IE7

To zoom in or out on a Web page:

Mouse action:

  • Click the Magnifying glass icon at the bottom right corner of the Internet Explorer window. Or, select the arrow to open the list of options and select one.

Keyboard action:

  • Press CTRL + PLUS SIGN (+) to zoom in, or CTRL + HYPHEN (-) to zoom out.

 

To change the text size on a Web page:

Mouse actions:

  • Select the Page menu.
  • Point to Text Size.
  • Select your choice of Largest, Larger, Medium, Smaller, Smallest text sizes

Keyboard actions:

  • Select the Page menu, by pressing ALT+P.
  • Select Text Size by pressing X.
  • Select your choice of Largest, Larger, Medium, Smaller, Smallest text sizes by pressing the arrow keys, then ENTER.

 

Choose colors used on Web pages:

Mouse actions:

  • Select the Tools menu.
  • Select Internet Options
  • On the General tab, select the Colors button then change the colour options to your preference.

Keyboard actions:

  • Select the Tools menu, by pressing ALT+O.
  • Select Internet Options by pressing O.
  • Select the Colors button by pressing ALT+O.

More information can be found here: Accessibility options in Internet Explorer 7

IE6
Accessibility options in Internet Explorer 6

Firefox/Netscape Navigator/Other Gecko based browsers
Find out more about adjusting accessibility options in Firefox/Netscape Navigator/Other Gecko based browsers

Opera
Find out more about adjusting accessibility options in Opera

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