Accessibility Section

This section is written to help you if you find the image hard to read or the calculation hard to work out. If there were any issues with the site, please leave some feedback and provide additional comments with any problem you faced.

If you find any of the equations hard to solve, please use your operating system's built in applications. Many operating systems include a calculator and even a magnifying glass to zoom in on the text. On Windows there is a calc.exe and magnify.exe. These can be started by going to START and then RUN and typing either "calc.exe" or "magnify.exe" (without the quotes).

To please our Linux audience, there is also a calculator. This can be found on the "accessories menu". The magnifier is called ORCA (or maybe KMAG) and can be found in:
SYSTEM -> Preferences -> Accessibility -> Assistive Technology Preferences.

Once that loads select magnifier and click preferences button. When the new windows appears, click on the tab button so that you can select settings that are to your liking (eg magnification level) and then click OK. Before complaining that you cannot find this, I found this whilst looking on CentOS 5 and Fedora 7. Please note that every distribution of Linux varies.

If you have any questions, please don't be afraid to ask. I have made a contact form. Please fill it in fully with your email address and I will reply back as soon as possible. Thanks for reading and you're welcome back anytime.