How to increase the size of the text on screen
If you are having problems viewing the text on the new GETS website you can increase the size of the text displayed on screen.
To change the text size using just your mouse or your keyboard, the following methods work for most browsers
- Hold down the control ‘Ctrl’ key and roll the mouse wheel up (toward the screen) to make the text larger or roll the mouse wheel down (away from the screen) to make the text smaller.
- Hold down the control ‘Ctrl’ key and press the plus ‘+’ key to make the text larger or the minus ‘-’ key to make the text smaller. Note | For Macs use the Command key (apple key) in place of the Ctrl key.
To change text size options from your browser's menu depends on the browser you are using.
- Select the 'View' menu, then 'Text Size', and choose a larger text display size (Largest, Larger, Medium, Smaller, Smallest) or
- Select the 'View' option from the main menu bar, then 'Text Size', and choose a larger text display size (Largest, Larger, Medium, Smaller, Smallest)
Mozilla Firefox Version 15
- Select ‘View' from the main menu, then 'Text Size', and choose to either Increase Ctrl++ or Decrease Ctrl+- to change the text size.
- Select the Chrome menu on the browser bar and find the Zoom section then click ‘+’ to make text larger or click ‘-‘ to make text smaller
Safari Version 7 (Mac)
- Select 'View' from the main menu, then choose either ‘Zoom In’ to make text bigger' or 'Zoom Out’ to make text smaller'.
- To increase or decrease the magnification of a web page in Opera, press '+' (plus) to zoom in by 10%, or '-' (minus) to zoom out by 10%. To return the page to its original size, press Ctrl + 0 or press * (asterisk).
- You can also do this via the menu bar. Click on 'View' and then 'Zoom' in the drop-down menu, or press Alt + V and then press Z.
To view or print some of the forms, reports, and documents on GETS you will require PDF viewing software such as Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you are experiencing problems downloading our forms we recommend you update PDF reader to the latest version.
Note: Tendering agencies may use other document types – if you are unable to open a tender document you should, in the first instance, contact the relevant agency.