The University has developed a set of print templates to provide a framework within which staff and students can contribute to the University's visual identity through words, colours, graphics and images.
Print style guide
These templates are particularly relevant to print publications, and cover the following:
All printing at the University is coordinated by Print Services.
Microsoft PowerPoint presentation template
- To select a different slide layout (title, content, two column, etc) use the 'Layout' menu on the 'Home' tab
- To toggle display of the date, page numbers and footers use the 'Header & Footer' button on the 'Insert' tab
The latest map and key can be downloaded from our maps to print page.
Templates for publicity
Templates are available for staff who want to create their own materials to promote events. The editable templates offered are in Microsoft Publisher, suitable for all staff, and Adobe InDesign, suitable for graphic designers and those experienced in using professional design software. These templates cover:
- Report cover
Microsoft Publisher templates
- Poster one toolkit (.zip, 276kB)
- Poster two toolkit (.zip, 696kB)
- Poster three toolkit (.zip, 844kB)
- DL leaflet (.zip, 287kB)
- Report one toolkit (.zip, 490kB)
- Report two toolkit (.zip, 838kB)
- Report three toolkit (.zip, 807kB)
- Newsletter toolkit (.zip, 563kB)
Our Microsoft Publisher templates, and their examples and step-by-step guides, are suitable for all staff to use and available by downloading the toolkits above. The toolkits currently available are for posters and report covers.
Toolkits are being produced for other materials and will be available here when ready. In the meantime, if you would like copies of the other Microsoft Publisher templates, email email@example.com with your request.
Further guidance on using the publisher templates is available through our video tutorials.
Microsoft Publisher tutorials
The following videos cover common tasks using the Microsoft Publisher toolkits and are best viewed at full screen. The videos do not use audio.
All examples have been produced for the toolkits only and have not been designed for any actual activities taking place at the University.
Changing the colour
Inserting an image
Adobe InDesign templates
For those who have InDesign installed on their computer and have had training or experience in using it or similar design software, all our InDesign templates can be downloaded to your computer. These include the materials listed above as well as adverts and pop-up banner templates.
Please note that the University does not provide training or technical support for InDesign.
If you are considering using an external graphic designer, please contact the Communications team in the Public Relations Office.
You must use one of the University's contracted graphic designers.