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NICE guidance in other formats

All content which is presented on the NICE Pathways website can be found on the NICE website

Welsh language

NICE publishes its information for the public in Welsh on the NICE website

Audio or translation services

NICE occasionally publishes guidance in audio format on the NICE website. Contact us to enquire about NICE guidance in alternative formats.

Documents

NICE Pathways contains many references to documents provided in standard formats (for example, HTML, Microsoft Word, Excel, Adobe Acrobat). If your computer does not have software to open particular formats, you can download file readers from Microsoft or Adobe.

Links to other websites and documents

All links to external websites should open in a new browser window.
Links to documents should open the document in a new browser window.

Changing text size

Website content size

In Internet Explorer or Google Chrome on a PC press control and +/- to increase or decrease the size of the content presented on screen.

Document text size

Use the Zoom feature in the toolbar to change the text size of Microsoft Word, Excel and Adobe Acrobat documents.

Changing colour and fonts

PC users can override website colour and font page styles by modifying browser settings:
With Internet Explorer, from the Tools menu, select Internet Options. Within Internet Options, select the General tab and click Accessibility. This gives a page of menu options from which you can tick a box to ignore the predefined page style. Return to the Internet Options menu, and select your own colours and fonts.
Macintosh users can override website colour and font page styles by modifying browser setting. With Internet Explorer, from the top menu bar, select Preferences. Within the Web Browser section, select Web content and uncheck the Show style sheets tick box. Select Language/fonts and choose the preferred text size from the font options.
This page was last updated: 2nd March 2011