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You should be able to view the content on this site with any browser although your experience may not be optimal when using older browsers.
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Text sizes may be increased/decreased in modern browsers if you have difficulty viewing the default sizes or if the default sizing doesn't work for you. This function varies by browser and version, but try holding down the
Ctrl button and pressing:
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-(minus) to decrease the text size; and
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The Zoom function is usually located in the
View menu when menus are displayed. Most modern browsers have hidden these settings to preserve the space at the top of the page because newer monitors are wider but not as tall. Look for the Zoom settings in the Options or Toolbar icons.
Several documents on this site are provided in PDF, a format that displays content correctly whatever program created it.
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In most cases, these documents will display inside current versions of browsers like Firefox, Edge and Chrome without the need for plugins. However, not all browsers support enhanced features like filling out embedded forms before printing them.
If features you require don't work in your browser, you'll need a dedicated PDF reader that has the ability to manage these extras.
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Updated: November 11, 2019