FAQ AMEE 2018

AMEE 2018

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We need to know which stack you wish to use as your ePoster. You do this by linking the stack as shown below.

Once you have linked your stack/ePoster then the box will expand showing you the options that allow you to mark your mini-poster as ready for printing and your ePoster as ready to publish (see below).

The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

Save your stack/ePoster after adding these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

Browsing ePosters

We need to know which stack you wish to use as your ePoster. You do this by linking the stack as shown below.

Once you have linked your stack/ePoster then the box will expand showing you the options that allow you to mark your mini-poster as ready for printing and your ePoster as ready to publish (see below).

The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

Save your stack/ePoster after adding these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

Creating an ePoster/Stack

We need to know which stack you wish to use as your ePoster. You do this by linking the stack as shown below.

Once you have linked your stack/ePoster then the box will expand showing you the options that allow you to mark your mini-poster as ready for printing and your ePoster as ready to publish (see below).

The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

Save your stack/ePoster after adding these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

Adding content and resources to my ePoster/stack

We need to know which stack you wish to use as your ePoster. You do this by linking the stack as shown below.

Once you have linked your stack/ePoster then the box will expand showing you the options that allow you to mark your mini-poster as ready for printing and your ePoster as ready to publish (see below).

The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

Save your stack/ePoster after adding these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

Viewing and testing my ePoster/stack

We need to know which stack you wish to use as your ePoster. You do this by linking the stack as shown below.

Once you have linked your stack/ePoster then the box will expand showing you the options that allow you to mark your mini-poster as ready for printing and your ePoster as ready to publish (see below).

The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

Save your stack/ePoster after adding these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

Creating my mini-poster and finalising my ePoster/stack

We need to know which stack you wish to use as your ePoster. You do this by linking the stack as shown below.

Once you have linked your stack/ePoster then the box will expand showing you the options that allow you to mark your mini-poster as ready for printing and your ePoster as ready to publish (see below).

The information that will be included in your mini-poster is specified on the details tab within the stack/ePoster editor.

Save your stack/ePoster after adding these details.

Your mini-poster should look something like the example shown below:

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready for printing) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.

You will see this view (offering the option to mark as ready to publish) when you have closed the stack/ePoster editor. If you do not see these buttons then it is probably because you first need to link your stack/ePoster.