Presentation on theme: "Introduction Replace the text in these columns with your own text. You can copy/paste text from Word or other PowerPoint files. Body text of 28 point Times."— Presentation transcript:
Introduction Replace the text in these columns with your own text. You can copy/paste text from Word or other PowerPoint files. Body text of 28 point Times New Roman is ideal. Text shouldn’t be smaller than 20 pt., this will keep your poster legible from normal viewing distance. Arial and Times New Roman, Symbol and Wingdings are the recommended fonts. “City Names” typefaces (i.e., Geneva, Monaco, New York, etc.) will not print - Courier will be substituted. Scan resolution should be 180-200 dpi at the actual size the image will appear on the poster. Save images to be inserted into your poste as TIFF files (.tif); greyscale or RGB. (CMYK images may not print color correctly.) No layers on placed images. No clipping paths on placed images. No COMPRESSION on any files. JPG Files Should Not Be Inserted into Your Poster!!! (If you have a jpg file, open it in Photoshop and resave as.tif file before Inserting into PowerPoint.) GIF Files Should Not Be Inserted into Your Poster!!! (If you have a gif file, open it in Photoshop, convert mode from Index Color to RGB then resave as.tif file before Inserting into PowerPoint.) To INSERT.tif files into your poster: 1.From the INSERT menu 2.Go to PICTURE 3.Select FROM FILE Use the text box tool to add new text boxes as needed. It is better to have each section in its’ own text box rather then just one column. If you are used to making "slide shows" in PowerPoint you will need to adjust your thinking - a Poster Presentation is one big print instead of a series of slides. Also, the optimal colors are the reverse of projected slides - white or light colored background with dark text works best. To Add Tables or Graphs: - To Insert graphs or tables from Microsoft Excel or Word, select the Insert menu, point to Insert Object, click the appropriate application. Or COPY then PASTE SPECIAL. - Files from Non-Microsoft applications use SAVE AS or EXPORT to create a PICT, TIF, or EPS file then insert into your PPT document - on the Insert menu, point to Insert Picture, click From File. Due to the page size limitations inherent in PowerPoint - the custom page size of this document is: 34.2” x 56”. When printed at the file will be scaled up to 44” x 72” (3feet x 6 feet). If you follow the font size recommendations you will have poster presentation that is legible from the proper viewing distance. 1. Click where you want to insert the symbol. 2. On the Insert menu, click Symbol 3. In the Font box, click the font that you want – Symbol or Winddings - do not use [Normal Text]. 4. If you want to get a close-up view of a symbol, click it. 5. Double-click the symbol that you want to insert or click the Insert button How to Insert Symbols or Special Characters Title of the Study People Who Did the Study Organizations and Affiliations Methods and MaterialsResultsConclusions Abstract Resize graphic box sizes and spacing as needed. Use the page guides to maintain the column poster layout. Refer to this helpful site for useful PowerPoint tips: www.pptfaq.com/ or contact Biotech Productions for assistance: email@example.com (650) 369-4541 office (650) 906-6398 cell
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