Name Department of East Carolina University [email protected] Poster

Name Department of East Carolina University Email@ecu.edu Poster

Name
Department of
East Carolina University
[email protected]

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Learning Objectives

Can use the area for photos figures etc.

Treatment

This is a basic template, a starting point. Feel free to modify this template to fit
your needs and to best express your information .

To bring data in from Excel select the chart and choose Edit > Copy, and then
choose Edit > Paste in PowerPoint. The chart can then be stretched to fit as
required. If you need to edit parts of the chart, it can be ungrouped. Watch out
for scientific symbols used in imported charts, which PowerPoint will not
recognize as a used font and may print improperly if the font is not installed on
our system.

If the proportions of the print you want are different than your image, you
should crop it. For example, if you scan a 4x6" photo, and you want to print
16x20", you have to take a little off the width. Otherwise it would print as
16x24" (which has the same proportions or aspect ratio as 4x6). Simply
calculate the width divided by the height, and make sure this ratio corresponds
to your print size.

To bring text in from Word select the text to be brought into PowerPoint,
choose Edit > Copy, then Edit > Paste the text into a new or existing text block.
This text is editable. You can change the size, color, etc. using Format > Text.
Avoid using shadows on smaller text.

Do all image editing including cropping and resizing in a graphics software
before bringing the image into PowerPoint.

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Case Presentation
This template is set up to yield a 36x48 poster.
Weve put in the headings that are usually included in posters; you can copy
and paste and change as needed. The heading size is set to 28 and will be
readable at 5 to 8 feet. If your headings need more room, adjust the size. Its
best to make all headings the same size. Use your longest heading to gauge the
size.
We suggest you use black text against a white/light background so that it is
easy to read. Our text is in purple so youll know which text is yours be sure
to get rid of anything we put in. To change the background color select
Background under the Format menu.

Images should be 100 dpi in their final size, or use a rule of thumb of 2 to 4
megabytes of uncompressed .tif file per square foot of image. For instance, a
3x5 photo that will be 6x10 in size on the final poster should be scanned at
200 ppi. Remember that this template is set up at half size, so anything that is
3x5 on the template will be 6x10 on the final piece. Table 1 to the right gives
suggested scanning resolutions to obtain an image that will be 100 in its final
size. Table 2 gives suggested scanning resolutions for slides. When possible use
a slide scanner rather than a flat bed scanner adapted to slides to get the best
results when scanning slides.
If you use a digital camera to acquire images there a couple of things to be
aware of. The standard 480x640 pixel digital picture should not be any larger
than about 8x10" on your poster. Megapixel digital pictures can go quite a bit
larger, the rule of thumb is for them to be 100 ppi in the actual size. To have an
image that's 10x20 and 100 ppi, it should be 1000x2000 pixels.
It is best to import tiff images into PowerPoint. JPEG files are OK, but they
will be better quality if you can convert them to tiff. Remember JPEG is a
lossy compression file format which means you loose pixel information and
quality.

The boxes around the text will automatically fit the text you type. If you click
on the text, you can use the little handles that appear to stretch or squeeze the
text boxes to whatever size you want. You can delete the borders by going to
Format > Colors and Lines and then selecting No Line.

To see your in poster in actual size, go to View > Zoom > 200%. This is a good
way to be sure your pictures are going to look OK..

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References ( if applicable)

The body text size is set to 14 (28 @ 200%). This will be readable from 5 to 8
feet. If your audience will view the poster closer you may reduce the text to
12, but this would be the smallest suggested size. Line spacing is set to add
space before a paragraph (hard return) so you will not need to return twice to
add space between paragraphs. If you need a line break but dont want the
extra space, position the cursor where you want the line to break and press
shift + return.

The dotted lines through the center of this text box are guides and will not
print, they are there for alignment. To move them, click, hold and drag
them to a new location. As you drag, the cursor will change from an arrow
to the numeric values for the x and y position. Use guides to get your
pictures and/or text boxes aligned together.
Figure 1. This is a caption place holder for Figure 1 which will be 6x9 when printed at
200%. This is an example of a caption that is 4 or more lines. This caption is left
aligned. The text is set to 10 which is 20 when printed
at 200%. It is also bold.

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