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Screen Reader Access
Our visitors with visual impairments can access the site using Assistive Technologies, such as screen readers.
|Screen Reader||Website||Free / Commercial|
|Screen Access For All (SAFA)||https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/safa-developer||Free|
|Non Visual Desktop Access (NVDA)||http://www.nvda-project.org||Free|
|System Access To Go||http://www.satogo.com||Free|
Viewing Information in Various File Formats
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Plug-in for alternate document types
|Document Type||Plug-in for Download|
|Portable Document Format (PDF) files||Adobe Acrobat Reader (External website that opens in a new window)|