Help on the accessibility features of this site is available on our Accessibility page.
In some cases we provide both PDF and HTML versions of our documents. To view the PDF version of a document you may require Acrobat Reader available free of charge from Adobe or other software capable of viewing PDF files. An accessible version of Acrobat Reader, which includes support for screen readers, is also available. Alternatively, you can convert a PDF file to HTML or ASCII text by using one of Adobe’s conversion services.
If you select “Printable Version” on any page, it will take you to a printable version with the same content but without any of the navigation menus from the top, left and right of the page.
To increase the text size on our Web pages, you can change the settings in your Web browser. Just follow the instructions below based on the browser you are using or see your browser's help for details.
The design of the pages on this site is flexible enough to allow you to configure the visual presentation to meet your accessibility needs by using a client-side Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) file.
Most browsers provide the ability to specify a client-side CSS file, which would be applied to every page that you visit. To take advantage of this feature, perform the following steps: