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Disclaimer 1 (required by law): This site is intended as a reference only, not for medical advice. The information given here is to help you make informed decisions about your nutrition. Vitamins and minerals are essential to your health, but too much of many micronutrients can be hazardous to your health, and in certain individuals can cause unpleasant and dangerous side effects, as well as interacting with medications. You should always check with your health professional before taking any supplements. The content and claims in this site have not been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration.

THIS FILE: Poster setup

Click here to see sample nutrition posters saved online. Here for negotiation posters. Any of the posters can be downloaded so that you can modify it to build your own poster with a similar design.

You can only use these fonts or your poster will not be able to print:

For MAC Helvetica, Time, Courier, Times New Roman, Arial
For PC Arial, Times New Roman, Georgia, Verdana, Geneva

Contents:

Page 1 - poster content

Page 2 - Design of poster

Page 3 - Putting a background photo (optional)

Page 4 - printing poster with [David Murray Memorial] Science Center Room 450 poster printer

Page 5 - changing paper roll

For ITS poster printer in the College Library, there were different instructions for IBM and MAC.

ADVICE FROM FORMER STUDENTS:
1. Tell everyone to start on their poster right away, at the start of the semester.
2. Some of us do not do well doing the step-by-step process you require. We should write the entire poster right away, then turn in the parts when you require them throughout the semester.