Accessibility and Downloads
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Adobe Acrobat Reader
To view PDF documents you may need to download a free plugin called Acrobat Reader. The most recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader includes support for screen readers (Accessibility) via the Microsoft Active Access API (MSAA). Click here to download Acrobat Reader.
Access version of Adobe Acrobat - enables vision impaired users to read Adobe PDF documents.
You will now be able to open up PDF files in your Internet browser. To print the documents click on the print button.To download and save files without viewing simply right-click the mouse cursor on the relevant link and then click 'Save Target As'.
Converting PDF documents to text
Web-based forms submission tool - users can type the URL (or web address) of the PDF into an electronic form and select the "Get This PDF Document as HTML" button. The document will be converted on-the-fly to HTML and will be returned immediately to the Web browser. Click here to convert your PDF via the web. (external link)
E-mail submission tool - users can submit the URL of a PDF file via e-mail to convert it to HTML or ASCII text. The converted results are returned in the body of a new mail message in a matter of minutes. Click here to convert your PDF via e-mail.