Powerpoint template for scientific posters (Swarthmore College)

Powerpoint template for scientific posters (Swarthmore College)

TITLE Authors ABSTRACT Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. METHODS Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. ENTER FINDING #2 CONCLUSIONS Copy and paste your movies and text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Copy and paste your movies and text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Take care with fonts. We suggest Arial as a sans-serif font, or Time Roman (not Time New Roman) for a serif font. Use the Symbol font for Greek characters. INTRODUCTION Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. ENTER FINDING #1 Copy and paste your movies and text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. ENTER FINDING #3 REFERENCES Copy and paste your movies and text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Tips for Inserting Graphs or Images Note: Skip the following procedure if your graphs were created in PowerPoint, Illustrator (eps file) or Excel. Image checking procedure: After you insert the image (72 dpi screen resolution) and resize* to fit, right click on it and select Format Picture. When the pop-up window comes up, click on size and check the scale. The image will print better if its width and height scale is at 25% or lower (20% or 10%, etc.) If the scale of the image is higher than 25%, try to replace it with a larger size (more dpi, e.g. 300 dpi) image if possible. (Note: This should not be done by manually stretching the image to a larger size.) If the resolution of the image is 300 dpi or higher (400 or 600 dpi), then check to make sure its scale is not higher than 100%. *To resize an image Click on the image, hold the Shift key down and drag the bottom right corner to resize the image in proportion. (Delete this box when inserting your text or image. This is only a reminder.) Tips for Title/Columns Colors How to change the poster title and columns colors: Right click on the bar and select Format Autoshape. When the pop-up window comes up, select your color under Fill and then Color menu. For more effects select Fill Effects under the Color option. (Delete this box when inserting your text or image. This is only a reminder.)

TITLE Authors RESULTS ABSTRACT Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Take care with fonts. We suggest Arial as a sans-serif font, or Time Roman (not Time New Roman) for a serif font. Use the Symbol font for Greek characters. Copy and paste your movies and text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. INTRODUCTION Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Take care with fonts. We suggest Arial as a sans-serif font, or Time Roman (not Time New Roman) for a serif font. Use the Symbol font for Greek characters. METHODS REFERENCES CONCLUSIONS Copy and paste your movies and text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Copy and paste your movies and text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Take care with fonts. We suggest Arial as a sans-serif font, or Time Roman (not Time New Roman) for a serif font. Use the Symbol font for Greek characters. Tips for Inserting Graphs or Images Note: Skip the following procedure if your graphs were created in PowerPoint, Illustrator (eps file) or Excel. Image checking procedure: After you insert the image (72 dpi screen resolution) and resize* to fit, right click on it and select Format Picture. When the pop-up window comes up, click on size and check the scale. The image will print better if its width and height scale is at 25% or lower (20% or 10%, etc.) If the scale of the image is higher than 25%, try to replace it with a larger size (more dpi, e.g. 300 dpi) image if possible. (Note: This should not be done by manually stretching the image to a larger size.) If the resolution of the image is 300 dpi or higher (400 or 600 dpi), then check to make sure its scale is not higher than 100%. *To resize an image Click on the image, hold the Shift key down and drag the bottom right corner to resize the image in proportion. (Delete this box when inserting your text or image. This is only a reminder.) Tips for Title/Columns Colors How to change the poster title and columns colors: Right click on the bar and select Format Autoshape. When the pop-up window comes up, select your color under Fill and then Color menu. For more effects select Fill Effects under the Color option. (Delete this box when inserting your text or image. This is only a reminder.) TITLE Authors CONCLUSIONS

METHODS ABSTRACT Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Take care with fonts. We suggest Arial as a sans-serif font, or Time Roman (not Time New Roman) for a serif font. Use the Symbol font for Greek characters. Take care with fonts. We suggest Arial as a sans-serif font, or Time Roman (not Time New Roman) for a serif font. Use the Symbol font for Greek characters. Copy and paste your movies and text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. RESULTS INTRODUCTION Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Take care with fonts. We suggest Arial as a sans-serif font, or Time Roman (not Time New Roman) for a serif font. Use the Symbol font for Greek characters. Copy and paste your movies and text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. REFERENCES Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Tips for Inserting Graphs or Images Note: Skip the following procedure if your graphs were created in PowerPoint, Illustrator (eps file) or Excel. Image checking procedure: After you insert the image (72 dpi screen resolution) and resize* to fit, right click on it and select Format Picture. When the pop-up window comes up, click on size and check the scale. The image will print better if its width and height scale is at 25% or lower (20% or 10%, etc.) If the scale of the image is higher than 25%, try to replace it with a larger size (more dpi, e.g. 300 dpi) image if possible. (Note: This should not be done by manually stretching the image to a larger size.) If the resolution of the image is 300 dpi or higher (400 or 600 dpi), then check to make sure its scale is not higher than 100%. *To resize an image Click on the image, hold the Shift key down and drag the bottom right corner to resize the image in proportion. (Delete this box when inserting your text or image. This is only a reminder.) Tips for Title/Columns Colors How to change the poster title and columns colors: Right click on the bar and select Format Autoshape. When the pop-up window comes up, select your color under Fill and then Color menu. For more effects select Fill Effects under the Color option. (Delete this box when inserting your text or image. This is only a reminder.) TITLE Authors ABSTRACT Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Take care with fonts. We suggest Arial as a sans-serif font, or Time Roman (not Time New

Roman) for a serif font. Use the Symbol font for Greek characters. CONCLUSIONS FINDING #1 Copy and paste your movies and text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Copy and paste your movies and text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Tips for Inserting Graphs or Images Note: Skip the following procedure if your graphs were created in PowerPoint, Illustrator (eps file) or Excel. Image checking procedure: After you insert the image (72 dpi screen resolution) and resize* to fit, right click on it and select Format Picture. When the pop-up window comes up, click on size and check the scale. The image will print better if its width and height scale is at 25% or lower (20% or 10%, etc.) If the scale of the image is higher than 25%, try to replace it with a larger size (more dpi, e.g. 300 dpi) image if possible. (Note: This should not be done by manually stretching the image to a larger size.) If the resolution of the image is 300 dpi or higher (400 or 600 dpi), then check to make sure its scale is not higher than 100%. INTRODUCTION *To resize an image Click on the image, hold the Shift key down and drag the bottom right corner to resize the image in proportion. (Delete this box when inserting your text or image. This is only a reminder.) Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Tips for Title/Columns Colors Take care with fonts. We suggest Arial as a sans-serif font, or Time Roman (not Time New Roman) for a serif font. Use the Symbol font for Greek characters. How to change the poster title and columns colors: Right click on the bar and select Format Autoshape. When the pop-up window comes up, select your color under Fill and then Color menu. For more effects select Fill Effects under the Color option. (Delete this box when inserting your text or image. This is only a reminder.) FINDING #2 Copy and paste your movies and text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. RESULTS Copy and paste your movies and text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. METHODS Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit. Take care with fonts. We suggest Arial as a sans-serif font, or Time Roman (not Time New Roman) for a serif font. Use the Symbol font for Greek characters. REFERENCES Copy and paste your text content here, adjusting the font size to fit.

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