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In HTML pages, use your browser accessibility settings to change the way you view the content.
You can use the ‘Settings’ option to change the way you view or access the content in Flash pages. On this page, you can change text sizes, text and background colour combinations, and choose to switch your audio on or off.

These resources are compatible with standard screen readers and magnification devices.

All videos and audio clips carry subtitles. Just select ‘Subtitles on’ to view subtitles, and select ‘Subtitles off’ to remove them.

The resources use standard keystrokes of tab, enter, space and arrow keys for keyboard navigation. On video downloads, where you are invited to right-click to download, follow these steps to download the file. On a PC:

1. Tab to the link
2. Press shift + F10
3. Press 'a' to select 'Save target as' in Internet Explorer or press 'k' to select 'Save link as' in Firefox
4. Alternatively, use your cursor arrow buttons to move up and down through the options and press enter on 'Save target as' or 'Save link as'.

On a Mac:

1. You need to have Mouse Keys switched on in Universal Access preferences
2. Use ctrl + your number pad keys to navigate (8 = Up, 2 = Down, 4 = Left, 6 =Right, 1, 3, 7, and 9 = Diagonals) and position the pointer over the link
3. Press ctrl + 5
4. Use the cursor arrow buttons to move up and down through options and press enter on 'Save link as' or 'Save Linked File to the Desktop...'.



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