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Sample Slide  Font Size
Sample Slide Font Size
Sample Slide  Font Style
Sample Slide Font Style
Sample Slide  Text Guidelines
Sample Slide Text Guidelines
Backgrounds
Backgrounds
The Squint Test
The Squint Test
Charts & Graphs
Charts & Graphs
Sample Slide - Backgrounds
Sample Slide - Backgrounds
Sample Slide - Logo
Sample Slide - Logo
Removing the Red Safe Area Marker
Removing the Red Safe Area Marker
Removing the Red Safe Area Marker
Removing the Red Safe Area Marker
A good alternative to the suggestions in this presentation
A good alternative to the suggestions in this presentation

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Sample Slide Font Size

Sample Slide Font Size.ppt
1 Sample Slide  Font Size

Sample Slide Font Size

This slide can be used as a template. It includes all elements needed to create a PowerPoint presentation suitable for use in a video presentation. This font is Arial 32, white with a black drop shadow. 28 point fonts are acceptable. 24 point are marginal18 point will probably not be legible.

2 Sample Slide  Font Style

Sample Slide Font Style

Generally it is best to use block-style fonts such as this Arial font, Tahoma, or even Comic Sans MS font. Avoid sans-serif fonts, ones with small details, such as Times New Roman, Broadway, Goudy Old Style. Definitely avoid Script fonts, or unusual fonts.

3 Sample Slide  Text Guidelines

Sample Slide Text Guidelines

Avoid trying to place too much information on one slide Avoid long sentences. Generally, 6 words per line (30 characters) Not more than 8 - 10 lines per slide Use upper and lower case Avoid abbreviations

4 Backgrounds

Backgrounds

Light fonts on dark backgrounds are best suited for PowerPoint presentations for video application. The previous solid blue background is good, or this ramped black-to-blue background is suitable. Dont use red as a font color, often it doesnt show up very wellif at all.

5 The Squint Test

The Squint Test

When determining if your fonts will be legible in video format, squint at your slide. If you have trouble reading it while squinting, your audience will have trouble reading it in video format. Thats why its recommended you dont use red as a font color, or use fonts smaller than 28 point - this is 24 point, notice its hard to read while squinting - and 18 point fonts are practically illegible.

6 Charts & Graphs

Charts & Graphs

Make Charts & Graphs as large and visual as possible

7 Sample Slide - Backgrounds

Sample Slide - Backgrounds

Light fonts on dark backgrounds are best suited for PowerPoint presentations for video application. The previous solid blue background is good, or this ramped black-to-blue background is suitable.

8 Sample Slide - Logo

Sample Slide - Logo

If you would like to include an M. D. Anderson logo, this logo is a good one to use. The white text on a dark background makes it easy to read.

9 Removing the Red Safe Area Marker

Removing the Red Safe Area Marker

The dotted red rectangle is to alert you that text extending beyond the red may be cut off when your slide is displayed on a TV set. You need to remove this before saving your final presentation. Instructions are continued on next slide

10 Removing the Red Safe Area Marker

Removing the Red Safe Area Marker

On menu go to View / Master select Slide Master Click on red rectangle, press delete key On menu go to View / Normal Save presentation as you normally would, i.e. - File / Save As

11 A good alternative to the suggestions in this presentation

A good alternative to the suggestions in this presentation

use the Slide Design Templates provided by PowerPoint, use the provided font sizes, stay within the text box boundaries.

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