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Every effort has been made to make this site accessible for all users. If you have any issues or problems with this site, we ask that you email our web developer.

Your input can help make this site more accessible for all users. Thank you!

Google Chrome Accessibility

Zoom In and Out on a Page

Use Google settings to adjust the zoom level on your browser window.
  1. Open your Google Chrome Browser.
  2. Click the menu icon, (the three vertical dots) on the top-right corner of the browser window.
  3. You'll see an option to zoom in or out.
You can also use the following keyboard shortcuts:
  • Increase zoom level by pressing “Ctrl + +” keys.
  • Decrease zoom level by pressing “Ctrl + -” keys.
  • “Ctrl + 0” to restore the default zoom level.
  • “F11” function key for full screen display.

Set Your Own Font Size and Type

  1. Visit “chrome://settings” and navigate to "Appearance”
  2. Scroll down to "Font Size" and choose a size from the dropdown
  3. You can also go to "Customize Fonts" and set your own fonts, sizes and more.

Adjust Zoom on all Pages

  1. Visit “chrome://settings” and navigate to "Appearance”
  2. Click on the “Page zoom” dropdown and set the percentage of zoom you prefer
  3. Now close and reopen the browser.

Accessibility Extensions

There are also several extensions available with google to extend accessibility. Visit Google Support to learn more about these extensions.

Internet Explorer Accessibility

Zoom on a Page

  1. Open Internet Explorer, select the "Tools" button and then select "Zoom".
  2. Select a predefined zoom level, or select a custom level by selecting "Custom" and entering a zoom value.

Navigate with your Keyboard

  1. Press the Tab key to move forward and Shift + Tab to move backward through screen elements like the following: links that are text or images; text fields on website forms; hotspots on image maps; the address bar; the tabs bar; and HTML frames.
  2. You can also press the F7 key to use caret browsing to select text and move around within a webpage using the standard navigation keys on your keyboard—Home, End, Page Up, Page Down, and the arrow keys.

Make Text Larger or Smaller

  1. Open Internet Explorer and press the Alt key to display the menu bar.
  2. Select "View", and then select "Text Size".
  3. Choose to make text larger or smaller than the size on the screen.

Additional Ease of Use Options

You can visit Microsoft's Technical Support for additional ease of use options in internet explorer.