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Accessibility help
There are many ways in which you can change your browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make websites more accessible to you. For example you can:

  • Make text larger in your browser
  • Magnify the screen
  • Make the mouse pointer easier to see
  • Use your keyboard instead of your mouse
  • Use assisted technologies such as a screen reader.

For example to make text larger in both Internet Explorer and Firefox:

  • Press ‘Ctrl’ and ‘+’ to increase the text size. ‘Ctrl’ and ‘0’ returns you to the default 'normal' size.

Alternatively you can set a minimum text size for all pages you visit as follows:

  • Internet Explorer: select ‘Text Size’ from the ‘View’ menu and then choose your preferred text size (Largest, Larger, Medium, Smaller and Smallest).
  • Firefox: select ‘Options’ from the ‘Tools’ menu, click on the ‘Content’ tab and then click on the ‘Advanced’ button in the Fonts & Colours box. Click on the ‘Minimum font size’ box and select the required font size.

Accessibility in different operating systems
The BBC website has extensive help on how people can make the web suit their needs. Advice is given for Windows, Mac OS and Linux operating systems on:

  • Help with seeing websites
  • Help with hearing websites
  • Help with your keyboard and mouse
  • Help with reading websites
  • Help with filling in web forms

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