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Click the Accessibility button
Ignore Font Size Specified On WEB Pages box.
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Display Properties dialog box, Select the
Settings tab, under
Screen Resolution: Select a screen resolution value by moving the slider arrow. Select
Microsoft Excel (xls) Files:
If you do not have Microsoft Excel on your computer, you can
download the Excel Viewer
from Microsoft for free. Excel Viewer lets you view, print and copy tables downloaded in Excel format. You may use this to export these files to another spreadsheet application.
Microsoft Word (doc) FILES:
If you do not have Microsoft Word 97 or higher on your computer, you can
download the Word File Viewer
from Microsoft for free. Word Viewer lets you view, print and copy Word documents, even if you don't have Word installed. This download is a replacement for Word 97 Viewer and all previous Word Viewer versions.
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Converting PDF Files to Accessible HTML:
Adobe provides a free simple online PDF conversion tool for blind and visually impaired users. To use this tool with documents on our website:
PDF to Accessible HTML:
Find and open PDF you would like to convert.
Open the conversion tool in a new window.
Copy URL (address or location) of the PDF.
Paste URL into URL field on conversion page.
GET THIS ADOBE PDF DOCUMENT AS HTML button.
For more information about Adobe's accessibility features,
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Once the save is completed, open the folder.
double click on the file.
If you have the correct software, the file will automatically open for you. If you do not have the correct software, please refer to the help information "Files and PDFs" above.
If your problem has not been resolved, please email us.