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11/6/ :33:14 PM 008_5811_WHT1 1 Simulation - Improving Capability and Competitiveness Presentation Title (Bold, 26 Point) Speaker Name (Bold, 22 Point) Organisation Logo (Place Here)
11/6/ :33:14 PM 008_5811_WHT1 2 Typography Guidelines Use Arial Bold or Gill Sans Alternate font for consistency Titles are 26-point Subtitles are 22-point Section headers are 18-point italic Body text is 20-point First-level bullets are 20-point Second-level bullets are 18-point Callout text size can vary First-level bullets are set to be round –Second-level bullets are set to be denoted by an en-dash (–) Section Headers Are Arial Bold Italic, 18-Point Organisation Logo If desired, organisation logos or government seals are set in the lower left corner, flush left. Organisation logos should be sized to look equal in size/weight to the SIAA logo at top left. Place the logo being used on the Slide Master when you want it to appear on all slides. Date and timestamps with an identification label on the Slide Master are very helpful. This is also where proprietary notes can go.
11/6/ :33:14 PM 008_5811_WHT1 3 Text and Style Guidelines Body text and bullets should be flush left and vertically centered on the page Adjust paragraph/line spacing, if necessary, to make your slide look balanced and well designed An image can go in this vertical banner. Suggested dimensions are stated above. Callout text can also be set on a left margin. Add 1 point red rule at width as shown. 223 Pixels High 3.1 Inches High 120 Pixels Wide 1.7 Inches Wide 4.23 cm Wide 8.22 cm Wide
11/6/ :33:14 PM 008_5811_WHT1 4 Text and Style Guidelines (Contd) Always insert a space before an ellipse … Correct punctuation errors before finalizing Maintain consistency in number treatments, abbreviations, acronyms, etc. Make sure justification of titles/text blocks is consistent throughout presentation Callout text can be placed in this vertical bar area.
11/6/ :33:14 PM 008_5811_WHT1 5 Incorporating Graphics Into Your Presentation Inserting photos or graphics into slides can add to the overall impact of your message All images should be professional and pertinent. Use cartoons, stick-figure drawings, or clip art sparingly, if at all When importing images, set files in an RGB or indexed color palette at 120 ppi (pixels or dots per inch) and save them in either.gif or.jpg file format –Note that 72 ppi is acceptable if you are planning to display the image only on screen and not print it
11/6/ :33:14 PM 008_5811_WHT1 6 Sample Label Sample Bar Chart You can copy and paste this slide, using the Slide Sorter View, then edit the data sheet.
11/6/ :33:14 PM 008_5811_WHT1 8 Color Scheme Consistent use of color in your presentation maintains and promotes a unified conference image Main palette colors are built into the slide color scheme in PowerPoint for easy access –Selections are based on Web-safe matches The recommended color palette is represented below with RGB values Tints of these colors can be used as necessary /6/ :33:14 PM 008_5811_WHT1 8
11/6/ :33:14 PM 008_5811_WHT1 9 Simulation - Improving Capability and Competitiveness Use this Title Slide to begin and end all presentations. This slide is to remain up while waiting for the presentation to begin and at the end of the presentation during the question and answer segment. Please delete this gray text box before presenting slide. 11/6/ :33:14 PM 008_5811_WHT1 9 Organisation Logo (Place Here)