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How do I increase the size of the text in this website?

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Which browsers can I use to access this website?

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Most browser suppliers will allow you to upgrade for free, either because they don‘t charge for their browser or because you have bought a previous version. To upgrade your browser go to the supplier‘s web site and follow the instructions provided.

Which screen resolution should I use for displaying this website?

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