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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and trade is committed to providing users with accessible websites.
We aim to comply with the standards set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and the New Zealand e-government programme as part of the ongoing redevelopment of our 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
Chrome Alt + Access key
Opera Shift + Esc + Access key
Konqueror Ctrl key is pressed and released, and then the access key is pressed.
The Aid website uses the following access keys:
0 Accessibility information and list of access keys
4 Safetravel www.safetravel.govt.nz
5 Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade www.mfat.govt.nz
9 Contact us
[ For beginning of main content
/ New Zealand Government Portal www.newzealand.govt.nz
For example, ALT+1 (+Enter) on a PC using Internet Explorer will take you to the homepage.
This site is designed to be viewable in a range of user environments. If use is hindered it is suggested that you disable style sheets and/or images to use a text only version of this site.
Internet Explorer: Tools > Internet Options > General tab > Accessibilty
Firefox: View > Page Style > No Style
Opera: View > Style > User Mode
Safari: No option is available
Internet Explorer: Tools > Internet Options > Advanced Tab > Multimedia Category > uncheck "Show Pictures" checkbox
Firefox: Tools > Options > Content Tab > uncheck "Load Images Automatically" checkbox
Opera: View > Images > No Images
Safari: Safari > Preferences > Appearance Tab > uncheck "Display images when the page opens" checkbox
In you find the text size uncomfortable for viewing, this site has been designed to be viewable in any adjustable size. To adjust the text size pleasefollow the directions for your browser below:
Internet Explorer: View > Text Size to adjust text or hold down CTRL and use the mouse wheel to zoom
Internet Explorer 7.0: You may also adjust the zoom for the whole page by selecting Page > Zoom
Firefox, Chrome, Opera: View > Text Size or View > Zoom, or hold down CTRL and + or - to zoom in and out, or hold CTRL and use the mouse wheel to zoom
Safari: View > Make Text Bigger/Smaller, or use APPLE KEY and + or - to zoom in and out