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Accessibility

Access Keys

The site can be used without a mouse. The table below describes the access keys that can be used to navigate through the main pages of the site.

Access Key Description
0Accessibility Page
1Home
2Sitemap
3Search
4About
5Products
6Services
7Support
9Contact

The table below shows the key combinations that need to be pressed together with accesskeys above, depending on the Operating System and browser.

Operating system Keys
Windows Operating System/MSIEAlt [accesskey] Enter
Windows Operating System/Mozilla, Netscape, K-MeleonAlt [accesskey]
Windows Operating System/OperaShirft+Esc [accesskey]
Macintosh Operating System/MSIECtrl [accesskey] Enter
Macintosh Operating System/Mozilla, NetscapeCtrl [accesskey]
Macintosh Operating System/OperaShirft+Esc [accesskey] Enter
Linux Operating System/Galeon/MozillaAlt [accesskey]
Linux Operating System/KonquerorCtrl [accesskey]

Changing the font size

Internet Explorer 6+

Select the view menu, then select font size, to which you then select the font size that you're after. Alternatively, you have a mouse wheel on the mouse, hold down CTRL and roll the mouse wheel to alter the text size.

Firefox 3.5+

Select the view menu, then select font size, to which you then select either increase or decrease. Another alternative is to select CTRL + to increase, CTRL - to decrease. If you have a mouse wheel on the mouse, hold down CTRL and roll the mouse wheel to alter the text size.

Opera 7+

Select the view menu, then zoom, and then select the percentage of zoom you wish to apply. You can also use CTRL + to increase, CTRL - to decrease.

Safari 1.2+

Select the view menu, the select make text bigger, or make text smaller. Alternatively, you can use command ++ to increase, or command +- to decrease.

Chrome 10+

Select the page menu, which is located at the top right hand side of the window, then click on zoom, then larger or smaller. Yu can also use the alternative, CTRL + to increase, CTRL - to decrease. If you have a mouse wheel on the mouse, hold down CTRL and roll the mouse wheel to alter the text size.