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This site has been designed to be Accessible for people with any degree of visual or motor impairment and users of screen readers.

Note that for all links to documents on this site, the type and file size is shown.

Audio content and navigation for talking browsers and screen readers has been checked by listening to the site using JAWS. The site is also compatible with Supernova and IBM Home Page Reader when using Internet Explorer 5 or above. All trivial images have null Alt text.

Please click on the links to find out about more about the Accessibility of this website:

Increasing Page Text Size

Increase Text Size using Internet Explorer

View - Text Size - Larger / Largest

       
 

Firefox

View – Text Size – Increase

Opera

Safari

Apple Key and  '+' Key

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Changing Page Colours

You may also change the colours using your web browser options.

Internet Explorer

Click on Tools

Then click on the Accessibility button in the window that pops up
Then select the 'Ignore colors' option

Note you could also select the 'Ignore font styles' and 'Ignore font size' options to alter the look and size of the text.

Firefox

 

Opera

View – Style – User Mode

Safari

Not Available

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External Sites

All links to external sites open in a new window and ASNTS is not responsible for the content or accessibility of these referenced sites.

All links which open a new browser window will be indicated by this icon .

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Problems Accessing Documents

If you have any problems accessing the documents published on this website, please contact us and we will supply you with the document in an accessible format. 
 

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Screen Reader Setting Recommendations

For users of JAWS we recommend the following sort order

        title|text|alt|href

as the best configuration to set. 
 

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Useful Links

The Adobe site offers:

There is more information on PDF Accessibility and other issues from the RNIB (Royal National Institute of the Blind) Access Centre.  

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