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Poster printing at the Bollinger Digital Fabrication Lab, Biotech Commons: Penn templates and logos

Penn templates and logos

Logos: if you are creating your poster in PowerPoint, we recommend that you skip the logo and ask us to do it in Photoshop instead.  We have a variety of high-resolution logos on file for this purpose (For virtual posters, you do not need a high-resolution logo and can download and add the logo yourself).  Please note that we are only allowed to use the official versions and will not be able to modify logos in any way other than scaling. 

Penn PowerPoint Poster Templates
please note: these are .ppt and .pptx files. If they download as .xml or .zip files, please check your browser and computer settings.
Also, remember that Powerpoint allows dimensions to be set up to 56".  For bigger posters, design the poster to be scaled at 200%.  For example, if you want a 42" by 72" poster, set the dimensions to 21" by 36". 

36" x 48" (91.4 x 121.9 cm)

42" Tall x 48" Wide (91.4 x 106.7 cm)

42x48

42" Tall x 84" Wide (91.4 x 121.9 cm)

Template 3 42" x 84"Template 4 42" x 84"

42" x 42" (91.4 x 106.7 cm)

42" by 42"template 4 42"x 42"

42" Tall x 56" Wide (91.4 x 121.9 cm)

Template 3 42" x 56" Template 4 42" x 56"

Other free template sources