36 x 48 - WFUBMC Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center by vivi07

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This template is for making a 36" x 48" poster. If you need a different size go to File > Page Setup and enter the size you need. Do this before you begin your text layout. Failure to set the correct size may result in a poster that cannot be printed at the size you need. We can print any size up to 60" wide by any length. However, PowerPoint has a maximum page size of 56". Therefore, if you need a poster that is larger than 56", set the page size in PowerPoint to exactly half of the finished poster size and we'll enlarge it 200% when printing. Other poster template sizes are available in the Send & Receive > Download Files section of our website. There you will also find the Medical Center and the School of Medicine logos that can be downloaded and inserted into your poster. Insert the text for your poster here. It may be necessary to select Edit > Paste Special and then choose Unformatted Text to keep the text formatting the same. • If you need bullets, use the Demote button on the Outlining toolbar to offset the text. • Match the bullet color to the section header color. The colors that you see on your monitor will not reproduce exactly the same on the poster and may differ from the proof print. A sample color chart of the default PowerPoint palette is available in Creative Communications. Display drawing guides (Control+G) to see the column guides in this poster template. Text and graphics can be sized and positioned easily within the column. Please read our tip sheet, “Creating Large Format Posters Using PowerPoint” for more information.

Other poster template sizes are available in the Send & Receive > Download Files section of our website. There you will also find the Medical Center and the School of Medicine logos that can be downloaded and inserted into your poster. Insert the text for your poster here. It may be necessary to select Edit > Paste Special and then choose Unformatted Text to keep the text formatting the same. • If you need bullets, use the Demote button on the Outlining toolbar to offset the text. • Match the bullet color to the section header color. The colors that you see on your monitor will not reproduce exactly the same on the poster and may differ from the proof print. A sample color chart of the default PowerPoint palette is available in Creative Communications. Display drawing guides (Control+G) to see the column guides in this poster template. Text and graphics can be sized and positioned easily within the column. Please read our tip sheet, “Creating Large Format Posters Using PowerPoint” for more information.

The colors that you see on your monitor will not reproduce exactly the same on the poster and may differ from the proof print. A sample color chart of the default PowerPoint palette is available in Creative Communications. Display drawing guides (Control+G) to see the column guides in this poster template. Text and graphics can be sized and positioned easily within the column. Please read our tip sheet, “Creating Large Format Posters Using PowerPoint” for more information.

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This template is for making a 36" x 48" poster. If you need a different size go to File > Page Setup and enter the size you need. Do this before you begin your text layout. Failure to set the correct size may result in a poster that cannot be printed at the size you need. We can print any size up to 60" wide by any length. However, PowerPoint has a maximum page size of 56". Therefore, if you need a poster that is larger than 56", set the page size in PowerPoint to exactly half of the finished poster size and we'll enlarge it 200% when printing. Other poster template sizes are available in the Send & Receive > Download Files section of our website. There you will also find the Medical Center and the School of Medicine logos that can be downloaded and inserted into your poster. Insert the text for your poster here. It may be necessary to select Edit > Paste Special and then choose Unformatted Text to keep the text formatting the same. • If you need bullets, use the Demote button on the Outlining toolbar to offset the text. • Match the bullet color to the section header color. The colors that you see on your monitor will not reproduce exactly the same on the poster and may differ from the proof print. A sample color chart of the default PowerPoint palette is available in Creative Communications. Display drawing guides (Control+G) to see the column guides in this poster template. Text and graphics can be sized and positioned easily within the column. Please read our tip sheet, “Creating Large Format Posters Using PowerPoint” for more information.

Section Header
This template is for making a 36" x 48" poster. If you need a different size go to File > Page Setup and enter the size you need. Do this before you begin your text layout. Failure to set the correct size may result in a poster that cannot be printed at the size you need. We can print any size up to 60" wide by any length. However, PowerPoint has a maximum page size of 56". Therefore, if you need a poster that is larger than 56", set the page size in PowerPoint to exactly half of the finished poster size and we'll enlarge it 200% when printing. Other poster template sizes are available in the Send & Receive > Download Files section of our website. There you will also find the Medical Center and the School of Medicine logos that can be downloaded and inserted into your poster. Insert the text for your poster here. It may be necessary to select Edit > Paste Special and then choose Unformatted Text to keep the text formatting the same. • If you need bullets, use the Demote button on the Outlining toolbar to offset the text. • Match the bullet color to the section header color.

Section Header
This template is for making a 36" x 48" poster. If you need a different size go to File > Page Setup and enter the size you need. Do this before you begin your text layout. Failure to set the correct size may result in a poster that cannot be printed at the size you need. We can print any size up to 60" wide by any length. However, PowerPoint has a maximum page size of 56". Therefore, if you need a poster that is larger than 56", set the page size in PowerPoint to exactly half of the finished poster size and we'll enlarge it 200%.


								
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