To view and print any document which is in pdf (Portable
Document Format) you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. This program
is free to download from the Adobe website. Some pdf files may
be large. This means that they may take a long time to download,
especially if you have a slow connection to the web.
You can also visit access.adobe.com
for useful resources to help people with disabilities work more
effectively with Adobe Acrobat Reader software.
To convert PDFs to HTML or text formats use the online
conversion tools for Adobe PDF files.
A Microsoft Word
document viewer can be downloaded if you do not have
Microsoft Word on your computer.
The abilitynet website
explains the many ways you can change your browser, computer,
keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible for
The My Web My Way pages on
the BBC website have some useful information about accessing
If you have any difficulties accessing any documents available
from this website please contact us.