The National Archives is committed to making its websites as accessible as possible to users with visual, hearing, motor or cognitive impairments.
The design of our websites includes a number of accessibility features including:
The text on our pages can be made larger by doing the following:
If you find the text on this site too small or too big, you can change it using your browser menu. The default size for most browsers is "medium" or " 100%".
We would like to hear from you if you have had trouble with the text size on this website. Please tell us your operating system, for example "Windows XP"; your browser, for example "Internet Explorer 5.5" and your Internet Service Provider, for example "AOL" or "BT". We would also like to know what size you have chosen as your browser text size, for example "medium". Please use this contact form
This site uses Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) documents. You can convert PDF documents to text using Adobe's PDF web-based conversion service.
Do you need more help in making the web easier to use? Visit the MyWeb website at www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/