Check beforehand to find out how long in advance you'll need to submit your poster to the poster printing service of your choice.
Proofread your poster multiple times before printing out the final version. Try printing out a small copy of your poster on a standard printer, and get a collegue or friend to critique it. Nothing is worse than getting a 5 foot poster printed and then noticing a typo or an issue with a graphic!
Leave at least 1/2 inch of blank space around the perimeter of your poster. Not only will it look better to your audience, but sometimes text or graphics too close to the edge of your document can get cut off when printed.
Check to see if your school or department offers poster printing for free or at a reduced fee. We have listed some school/department poster printing services here.
Submit your poster online to this reasonably priced printing service run out of Duke, and have it mailed to your location or pick it up here on campus at the Health Sciences Library. A popular option among Health Affairs students. PhD Posters creates paper and fabric posters.
Located on the third floor of Student Stores, the Print Stop offers printing and copying services for students, faculty, staff, and departments. Paper posters are available, with additional foam board or lamination options. For more information call (919) 962-7016 phone or email email@example.com