The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and trade is committed to providing users with accessible websites.
Access keys allow you to get to key pages on the site without using your mouse.
To use the access keys press ALT+[number] on a PC, or CtrL+[number] on a Mac. For some browsers you may also need to follow that by pressing Enter.
|Browser||How to use access keys|
|Internet Explorer||Alt + Access key + Enter|
|Firefox||Alt + Shift + Access key|
|Opera||Shift + Esc + Access key|
|Konqueror||Ctrl key is pressed and released, and then the access key is pressed.|
|0||Accessibility information and list of access keys|
|4||About the Ministry|
|5||Working for the Ministry|
|7||Country/territory locator (on the pages where that is located)|
|/||New Zealand Government Portal|
For example, ALT+1 (+Enter) on a PC using Internet Explorer will take you to the homepage.
Text resizing options can usually be found under the View menu item of your browser, for example View > Text Size for Internet Explorer and Firefox.
If you are using a PC with Internet Explorer or Firefox and have a wheel mouse you can also hold the Control key [Ctrl] and scroll the wheel to increase or decrease the text size.
|Internet Explorer||Select the 'View' menu, then 'Text Size', and then your chosen size (or if you have a mouse wheel simply hold down CtrL and roll the mouse wheel to alter the text size.|
|Netscape 6, Mozilla||Hold down CtrL and press + or - to alter the text size.|
|Netscape 4||Hold down CtrL and press [ or ] to alter the text size.|
|Netscape 3||Select 'Options', then 'General Preferences', then 'Fonts', and then 'Choose Font...' to choose a text size.|
If you have any comments on the accessibility of this site, or suggestions as to how we could improve accessibility, please address to the Web Manager.