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Font type and size
Some users may find the text on the screen easier to read by increasing the size of the text.
This page explains how to increase the size of text and other elements in Windows 7/8
Windows 7 users: Click the ‘Start’ button and go to ‘Control Panel’
Windows 8 users: If you’re using a mouse, point to the bottom-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, click Settings, then click Change PC settings.
Click ‘Make the computer easier to see’ as shown below
Navigate to the ‘Make things on the screen larger’ section
Click the ‘Change the size of text and icons’ link
Click the ‘Apply‘ button, or press Tab until it is highlighted and then press Enter, to save your changes. You may then be required to restart your computer.
Mac OS X
Click on the ‘Apple‘ icon
Click on ‘System Preferences‘
In the ‘System Preferences’ window click on the ‘Displays‘ icon
Select the ‘Display’ tab
Under the ‘Resolutions’ heading select the appropriate screen resolution to suit. To make text appear bigger on the screen, change your display to a lower resolution.
Once you have completed this, click the red ‘close button’
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To view or open some of the files on this website you may need additional software installed. The links below allow you to download free software for you to view these files.
Adobe Flash Player
Microsoft Word Free Viewer
This site uses cascading style sheets for visual layout.
High Contrast Settings
Some users may find it easier to view our site in high contrast. This can help by making images, text and other items on the site more distinct and easier to identify.
In Windows 7/8
Click ‘Start’ , ‘Control Panel’, ‘Ease of Access’ and then click ‘Make the computer easier to see’.
You can also press ‘Alt’ +’Left’ + ‘Shift’ and ‘Print Screen’ together on your computer’s keyboard.
For Mac/Mac Book
Click the Apple icon on the menu bar, then ‘System Preferences’, click ‘Universal Access’ icon, select the seeing tab on the Universal Access Window and select from the ‘Black on White’, ‘White on Black’, ‘Gray-scale’ or the ‘Enhance Contrast’ options that appear on the screen
You can also press ‘Control’ + ‘Option’ + ‘Command’ +8 on your Mac keyboard.
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