Title in 70 pt. Verdana 2nd Title 60 pt. Verdana Authors: 54 pt. Verdana Location: 44 pt. Verdana
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2nd Title 60 pt. Verdana
Authors: 54 pt. Verdana
Location: 44 pt. Verdana
Abstract If you are used to making "slide shows" in PowerPoint you will need to adjust your thinking - a Poster Presentation is one big print instead of a series of slides. The use of this template is mandatory. Do neither change the page size (DIN A0 118,9 x 84,1 cm) nor the colours of the texts and backgrounds. The structure of the header may not be changed. The body shall consist of three columns. Titles of subdivisions of the body shall follow the given scheme.
How to Insert Symbols or Special Characters
1. Click where you want to insert the symbol.
2. On the Insert menu, click Symbol
3. In the Font box, click the font that you want – Symbol or Winddings - do not use [Normal Text].
4. If you want to get a close-up view of a symbol, click it.
5. Double-click the symbol that you want to insert or click the Insert button
MEETING OF THE WHO COLLABORATING CENTRES FOR THE FAMILY OF INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATIONS
16 – 22 October 2010Toronto, Canada
Please insert the document ID here: D0xxp
Methods & Materials
Replace the text in these columns with your own text.
You can copy/paste text from Word or other PowerPoint files.
Body text of 36 point Verdana is ideal.
Text shouldn’t be smaller than 24 pt., this will keep your poster legible from normal viewing distance.
Verdana, Symbol and Wingdings are the recommended fonts
Use the text box tool to add new text boxes as needed. It is better to have each section in its’ own text box rather then just one column .
To Add Tables or Graphs:
- To Insert graphs or tables from Microsoft Excel or Word, select the Insert menu, point to Insert Object, click the appropriate application. Or COPY then PASTE SPECIAL.
- Files from Non-Microsoft applications use SAVE AS or EXPORT to create a PICT, TIF, or EPS file then insert into your PPT document - on the Insert menu, point to Insert Picture, click From File.