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Hints on Using this Site
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The site is designed to respond to device screen size and to present the best possible viewing experience for the visitor no matter how they view the site.
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Different Browsers — Different Experiences
Unlike printed documents, each browser can display pages differently — even within the same operating system.
You should be able to view the content on this site with any browser although your experience may not be optimal when using legacy browsers.
Use a Recent Web Browser
Running obsolete (unsupported or unpatched) software makes you vulnerable and puts everyone at risk by allowing the spread of malware, viruses and security holes that can be exploited by hackers, governments and other parties that threaten our privacy.
Be sure to keep all your software updated to the most recent version including your operating system as well as any installed programs (apps). When a program update is available, install that update. Cease using a program or device that is no longer receiving updates or support (uninstall or delete it).
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Text May Be Enlarged/Reduced
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:
+(plus) to increase the text size;
-(minus) to decrease the text size; and
0(zero) to reset the page to 100% (the default) — not supported in IE.
The Zoom function is usually located in the menu, usually indicated by a horizontal (…) or vertical (⋮) ellipsis in modern browsers.
Some documents on this site are provided as PDFs with the size indicated in kilobytes (KB) or megabytes (MB).
For example, (PDF–1.3 MB) indicates a PDF that is 1.3 megabytes which would require more time and more of your data plan to download than a 250 kilobyte PDF.
Most Browsers will Display PDFs
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 embedded form fields before printing them.
PDF Reader Recommended
If your browser doesn't support the features you require, you'll need a dedicated PDF reader that has the ability to manage these extras.