Browser and Technical Information
To Screen Reader Software
Accessing PDF Documents
Please Note: Most of
the PDF documents and forms on this web site are accessible using screen reading
software. If, however, you come across a document or form that can not be
accessed, please email us at
with the name and/or number of the document or form, and we will make every
attempt to provide you with an accessible version. Please remember to save
any completed forms to your personal computer before exiting our web
site. Thank you.
A NOTE REGARDING ON-LINE FILLABLE
PDF to HTML Format Converter
If the converter is unable to provide satisfactory results, you may e-mail
to request a copy of the document. Please be specific regarding your request
by providing the name and/or number of the document or form.
resources for visually
impaired users to facilitate the use of screen readers with
PDF documents. The tool below converts PDF documents on-the-fly to
an HTML format that is immediately returned to your browser.
If, after clicking on the PDF link and making
sure Adobe Acrobat Reader software is installed on your computer, you are
still experiencing difficulties opening a PDF document, try downloading the file
to your computer by doing the
From Netscape Navigator:
- Right click on the the PDF link you wish to access
and select "save link as".
- When the Save dialog box opens, select the location
on your computer to save the document, then save.
- Go to where you just saved the document and open
From Internet Explorer:
Repeat steps from above. Internet Explorer refers to saving
the document in step one, as "save target as".