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This is where the title goes:This title is in 90ptVerdana.
First. J. Author1& Sixty Pt. Verdana2
1Behavioral Sciences Department &2Behavioral Neurosciences Program, Andrews University
author@andrews.edu
HEADINGSUBHEADINGHeadings are in 60ptVerdana. They are colored dark blue. Subheadings are 50ptVerdana and are preceded by a double space (the tab goes too far.) They are dark gray. Body text is in 36ptGeorgia. It is black.When pasting your text, select the type of text that you want to replace, and then choose Paste Special >> Unformatted Text (dropdown form the paste button) to paste the text without formatting (and thus to retain the formatting of the template text.When copying and pasting text withinpowerpoint, choose Paste Special >> formatted text to retain the format. The default inpowerpointis HTML paste, which yields bizarre results.HEADINGSUBHEADINGWhen copying and pasting charts and figures, choose Paste Special (the dropdown from the paste button), and either a windows metafile or a an enhanced metafile. Note that these don’t update. If you choose to paste charts as chart objects, they will update, but with the size of the poster and the links necessary for the excel chart object, the probability of the program crashing is greatly increased.HEADINGSUBHEADINGHey! There are spacing settings (right-click for context menu, choose Paragraph) before each type of paragraph. 36ptbefore Headings, 30ptbefore subheadings, 21.6ptbefore paragraphs. The spacing settings don’t copy when you cut and paste formatted text. Yes, it is annoying.HEADINGSUBHEADINGWhen copying and pasting charts and figures, choose Paste Special (the dropdown from the paste button), and either a windows metafile or a an enhanced metafile. Note that these don’t update. If you choose to paste charts as chart objects, they will update, but with the size of the poster and the links necessary for the excel chart object, the probability of the program crashing is greatly increased.
HEADINGSUBHEADINGHeadings are in 60 pt Verdana. They are colored dark blue. Subheadings are 50 pt Verdana and are preceded by a double space (the tab goes too far.) They are dark gray. Body text is in 36 pt Georgia. It is black.When pasting your text, select the type of text that you want to replace, and then choose Paste Special >> Unformatted Text (dropdown form the paste button) to paste the text without formatting (and thus to retain the formatting of the template text.When copying and pasting text within powerpoint, choose Paste Special >> formatted text to retain the format. The default in powerpoint is HTML paste, which yields bizarre results.HEADINGSUBHEADINGWhen copying and pasting charts and figures, choose Paste Special (the dropdown from the paste button), and either a windows metafile or a an enhanced metafile. Note that these don’t update. If you choose to paste charts as chart objects, they will update, but with the size of the poster and the links necessary for the excel chart object, the probability of the program crashing is greatly increased.
HEADINGSUBHEADINGHeadings are in 60ptVerdana. They are colored dark blue. Subheadings are 50ptVerdana and are preceded by a double space (the tab goes too far.) They are dark gray. Body text is in 36ptGeorgia. It is black.When pasting your text, select the type of text that you want to replace, and then choose Paste Special >> Unformatted Text (dropdown form the paste button) to paste the text without formatting (and thus to retain the formatting of the template text.When copying and pasting text withinpowerpoint, choose Paste Special >> formatted text to retain the format. The default inpowerpointis HTML paste, which yields bizarre results.HEADINGSUBHEADINGWhen copying and pasting charts and figures, choose Paste Special (the dropdown from the paste button), and either a windows metafile or a an enhanced metafile. Note that these don’t update. If you choose to paste charts as chart objects, they will update, but with the size of the poster and the links necessary for the excel chart object, the probability of the program crashing is greatly increased.HEADINGSUBHEADINGHey! There are spacing settings (right-click for context menu, choose Paragraph) before each type of paragraph. 36ptbefore Headings, 30ptbefore subheadings, 21.6ptbefore paragraphs. The spacing settings don’t copy when you cut and paste formatted text. Yes, it is annoying.HEADINGSUBHEADINGWhen copying and pasting charts and figures, choose Paste Special (the dropdown from the paste button), and either a windows metafile or a an enhanced metafile. Note that these don’t update. If you choose to paste charts as chart objects, they will update, but with the size of the poster and the links necessary for the excel chart object, the probability of the program crashing is greatly increased.

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