science poster

<p>I have a poster that I presented at a science conference, and I wanted to make sure that Harvard gets it as part of the supplementary work.</p>

<p>I was wondering on whether I should send the poster on a CD (in powerpoint form) (or as a PDF, does anyone know how to do this? I suck with computers lol) or actually go to Office Max or wherever and print it out to send to them. </p>


<p>^ I had sort of the same question (but not for a poster; it was a larger presentation device). Anyone know?</p>

<p>Send a research abstract with a statement describing how this research fits into your future plans, not a poster board.</p>

<p>Whatever you do, don't send a full-size poster- they try to fit all application materials in a binder, and forcing them to find a way to store a massive poster won't gain any favor for you.</p>

<p>It might be a good idea to send it as a CD though. Do you have it on Powerpoint?</p>

<p>yea, i made it on powerpoint</p>

<p>Sure, then if you want to turn it into a PDF, follow these steps:</p>

<p>1) Go to File->Save As Pictures...
2) From Format, select PDF
3) Click Options..., and next to Dots Per Inch, select the resolution you want (I like 300).</p>

<p>It will be saved as a pdf in a folder. Let me know if it works and if you have any problems.</p>