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Help using this Website

Accessibility Statement

We have endeavoured to make this site usable and accessible. We would like all visitors to be able find the information they are looking for quickly and easily. If you find a problem using this site, please email us at support@rsc-sw-scotland.ac.uk

Usability and Accessibility features

When using this site, you will find a number of features that will help you to find the information you are looking for:

Finding your place in the site

There are 6 tabs or menu links at the top of each page which comprise of the Home page,Programme, Speakers, Venue, Exhibitors and Booking.

Setting your visual preferences

A main feature of the site is the ability for users to set their own visual preferences. The Visual Preferences link is located on the top of the page. The Visual Preferences section allows you to choose between 'High Contrast' which provides a plain white background with black large text, 'High Visibility' which offers a black background with large yellow and white text. The default setting on the site is 'Normal Contrast'.

Returning to the home page

When you want to return to the home page, you can click on the Home Link (at the top of the navigation on every page).

Increasing the size of the text

If you prefer the font size on our website to be larger or smaller, you can control this using your browser settings. Most browsers allow you to change the size of the font displayed on the screen either permanently or temporarily. How you increase the font depends upon what browser you are using.

Examples of how to increase or decrease fonts in several popular browsers follows:

Alternative Formats

We are happy to provide any of our publications in alternative formats such as DAISY (Digital Talking Book) format, MP3, large print, plain text or Braille format.

If you require any of our publications in an alternative format please let us know.

Several of these formats require the use of specialised hardware or software in order to access the materials.
Please ensure you have the appropriate hardware to access the following formats:

Changing Font Size using different browsers

Internet Explorer Version 5.5 and above

Provides 5 font sizes (largest, larger, medium, smaller, and smallest). Medium is the default size.

You change font size by:

Or:

The font size you select will remain in effect until you select a different size.

Internet Explorer Version 7

You can increase or decrease the displayed font size by:

If you have a scroll wheel on your mouse you can also increase and decrease the size of the text by:

Opera Version 6.0 and above

You increase or decrease the displayed font size by:

If you have a scroll wheel on your mouse you can also increase and decrease the size of the text by:

Netscape Navigator Version 4.7x and above

Allows users to increase or decrease font size with shortcut keys.

To increase the displayed font size:

To decrease the displayed font size:

Your selected font size will remain in effect until you close Netscape.

Visit your browser's help feature for additional information on this and other browser related topics.

Firefox

Allows users to increase or decrease font size with shortcut keys.

If you want to increase the size further simply press the '+' key while still holding down the 'Ctrl' key.

To decrease the displayed font size:

If you want to decrease the size further simply press the '-' key while still holding down the 'Ctrl' key.

Your selected font size will remain in effect until you close Firefox.

Visit your browser's help feature for additional information on this and other browser related topics.

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