The Competition Appeal Tribunal (the Tribunal) endeavours to make its website accessible to a wide range of users.
Changes to improve accessibility are made from time to time; if you have a queries about the accessibility of a particular page please contact the Tribunal by emailing email@example.com. Please note the Tribunal is not responsible for the accessibility of third party documents.
"Access keys" have been included to allow users to navigate through pages using a keyboard and without needing a mouse. The following access keys are active on each page of the Tribunal website:
1 – Home
2 – Contact us
3 – Register for updates
4 – Sitemap
5 – Search
6 – Home
7 – Cases
8 – Judgments
9 – Document archive
a – Rules and guidance
b – FAQs
c – About the Tribunal
d – Diary
e – Contact us
f – Links
g - Disclaimer
h – Copyright
In most web browsers, users invoke an access key by pressing “Alt” (on Windows) or “Ctrl” (on Mac) simultaneously with the appropriate key on the keyboard. In particular:
- If you use Internet Explorer 4 and above, hold down the “Alt” key and the access key number or letter and then press the “Enter” key (“Enter” is not needed for Internet Explorer 8 and above). Mac users need to press “Ctrl” rather than “Alt”.
- If you use Windows Mozilla Firefox 1 and 1.5, hold down the “Alt” key and then press the access key number or letter. Mac users need to press “Ctrl” rather than “Alt”.
- If you use Windows Mozilla Firefox 2 and above, hold down the “Shift” key and the “Alt” key and then press the access key number or letter. Mac users need to press “Ctrl” rather than “Alt”.
- If you use Opera 7 and above (Windows or Mac), hold down the “Shift” key and press “Escape”, release both keys and then press the access key number or letter.
- If you use Netscape 6 or 7, hold down the “Alt” key and then press the access key number or letter. Mac users need to press “Ctrl” rather than “Alt”.
Earlier versions than Internet Explorer 4 or Netscape 6 do not support access keys.
Any link to PDF documents on this website will have a PDF icon and the file size next to it, for example
To view and print PDF files, you must have Adobe® Reader® installed on your computer. To download this product for free please use the Adobe Reader link, available on each page of the Tribunal website.
Increasing text size
Some users might find screen text easier to read by increasing the size at which text is displayed. To do this you should simply adjust your browser's settings.
- If you use Internet Explorer, go to the View menu, select Text Size and then either Larger or Largest.If you use Firefox, go to the View menu, select Zoom and then Zoom In until the text is the size you require.
- If you use Netscape Navigator, go to the View menu and choose Increase Font until the text is the size you require.
- If you use Safari, go to the View menu and select Make Text Bigger.
- If you use Opera, go to the Tools menu, select Preferences then click on the Web pages tab. Select the Normal Font button. A dialogue box appears and provides options to increase/decrease font size, font type, weight and style.
To read more about how to customise a website, please visit My Web My Way, which is part of the BBC website. This is a resource which provides guidance on changing browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make websites more accessible to users with particular needs.