Here are some tips on how you can use this site more easily if you're struggling to use a mouse or read the text.
Make text larger
Use your browser to set the text size. This is generally done via the browser's View menu.
Use an alternative to a mouse.
If you have difficulties using a mouse, you might prefer to use tools such as "MouseKeys". This is built into Windows and allows you to use the number pad on your keyboard to move the pointer.
MouseKeys can be turned on with the shortcut key combination Left Shift + Left Alt + Num Lock. If this doesn't work, you can do it via Accessibility options within Control Panel:
Start -> Settings -> Control Panel (or Start -> Control Panel in Windows XP).
Click the Mouse tab (or press Ctrl + Tab until it is at the front), and turn on MouseKeys.
Alternative input devices are also available.
Find out where you are in the site
Use a speech browser
You might find it easier to have the website read out. W3C (the World Wide Web Consortium) have more information about alternative web browsing.
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