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For further information on accessibility tools and and features, there is a very helpful section on the BBC website – My web, my way.

Site navigation

The navigation is primarily broken into eight broad sections (the tabs at the top of the page) with further navigation links in the left column.

Below the tabs is a break-down of where you are in the site (sometimes known as breadcrumbs) so you can see how you got to that page. For example:

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The search box in the header bar searches the site only, and may be helpful in finding specific pages.

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Viewers with visual difficulties may find services provided by Adobe to improve the accessibility of Adobe Acrobat documents useful –