postertemplate4x63.pptx

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Example McName, PhD, RN, MSN

Title of Your Poster Goes Here

Font Sizing

This is a 28 point font, suitable for medium-size presentations. If you have a large amount of information, font sizes as low as 16-18 point are useable (but will be difficult to read from a distance.) Consider presentation when formatting. Presentations to be given on stage will require less information and larger fonts, whereas posters displayed in an environment where the viewer will be able to stand directly in front of it can be more detailed and use smaller fonts to maximize content.

Table 1: Table Header
Column 1Column 2Column 3
Data 1-1Data 1-2Data 1-3
Data 2-1Data 2-2Data 2-3
Data 3-1Data 3-2Data 3-3
Data 4-1Data 4-2Data 4-3
Data 5-1Data 5-2Data 5-3
Data 6-1Data 6-2Data 6-3
Data 7-1Data 7-2Data 7-3
Data 1-1Data 1-2Data 1-3
Data 2-1Data 2-2Data 2-3
Data 3-1Data 3-2Data 3-3

Table / Chart formatting is only an example. Always use whatever formatting best organizes your data.

Alignment

We will make an effort to align content and columns before printing, but for help with this when creating your poster, hit “Alt+F9” on your keyboard to see the alignment guides in PowerPoint.

Section Headers and Text Boxes

You are encouraged to copy and paste this section header and text box as many times as needed, resizing to fit your columns and content.

orange

gray

denim

forest

eggplant

chocolate

Colors

The following are the UT colors available for use as the "primary" colors in your poster. If you would like to use one of these colors, simply click on the desired box below then select “Shape Fill” in the Drawing options at the top, then “More Fill Colors”, then “OK”. Then, select the object you want to fill with that color and click on the Paint Bucket icon next to “Shape Fill.”

Alternatively, if you would like to submit the poster without changing the colors, you can simply let us know when submitted which color you would like to use and we will make the changes for you.

Logos

The logo used depends on the title area layout and whether or not there is a secondary institution. For this title area use the logo above. If using the “Traditional” layout or if there is a second logo to place, use the one below.

Logo for secondary institutionif appropriate

Title Area

Available in either a “Modern” or “Traditional” style. Many universities are starting to use the left-aligned style, as it is easier to read and allows more space for text vs. the old centered method that used space on both sides for a repeated logo.

Table 2: Table Header
Column 1Column 2Column 3
Data 1-1Data 1-2Data 1-3
Data 2-1Data 2-2Data 2-3
Data 3-1Data 3-2Data 3-3
Data 4-1Data 4-2Data 4-3
Data 5-1Data 5-2Data 5-3
Data 6-1Data 6-2Data 6-3
Data 7-1Data 7-2Data 7-3
Data 1-1Data 1-2Data 1-3
Data 2-1Data 2-2Data 2-3
Data 3-1Data 3-2Data 3-3

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Chart 1: Chart Header

SalesData 1Data 2Data 3Data 48.2000000000000013.21.41.2

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