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Faculty Poster Plotting

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 (Select the Poster Plotting area, then click on the day you want to plot the poster, then click on one of the available poster slots). You can also book by sending a request to foe-support@leeds.ac.uk. Posters which haven't been booked are plotted on a first-come, first-served basis - it's unlikely that we'll be able to plot non-booked posters if all the booking slots are taken on a particular day. We do not stock spare paper or inks for the plotter, so when either of these runs out there will be a delay of a couple of days before new stocks arrive.

At times when there is a student deadline for poster submission, demand for poster plots often exceeds the maximum 4 posters per day which we can plot - so booking is recommended.

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Plots can be made direct from any network drive. If you prefer, you can bring a CD or a USB flash disk to the Faculty IT Office in SEE (9.145), where it can be read and returned at once. Or email the file to foe-support@leeds.ac.uk.
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Plots can be made direct from any network drive. If you prefer, you can bring a CD or a USB flash disk to the Faculty IT Office in Staff Centre 9.20 where it can be read and returned at once. Or email the file to foe-support@leeds.ac.uk.
 

Data formats

The plot must be in a format that the software on the Windows research server can load. Currently, that means:

.pdf

.ppt (PowerPoint )

.cdr (CorelDraw version X4 or lower)

!CorelDraw can import postscript, eps and various other formats.

.jpg or .jpeg

In several cases CorelDraw files have failed to print, and this has been resolved by using the "Publish to pdf" function, first making sure that the poster has the page size set to the required size.

 
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