How to Organize a Poster:

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Introduction: How to Organize a Poster:

This is more toward the Elementary School  through High School Range. I myself am a Middle Schooler, and I found that when you make your poster more organized, it's a lot easier to navigate through it. In fact, you will probably get a better grade because of how neat and organized it is.
First, What I like to do is to split the poster into thirds with imaginary lines. Then, I move the pictures or photos in the top left third of the poster. After I add the pictures and photos, I move anything extra that I don't have, or "extra space", under the pictures and photos.
Second I make the Information taking up the Top right corner to the pictures and photos area. I have the information go down until it's at about the halfway mark in the Extra space. After I make the Information, I add the bibliography, underneath the information area. When I'm done adding all of those boxes with everything in them, I'm done. You can add a border or anything else onto your poster. You can rearange the four main areas if you would like, or you can keep them the same. After you get your poster done, Comment on how you think I did on my first instructable. 

Step 1: Pictures and Photos Box:

This is more toward the Elementary School  through High School Range. I myself am a Middle Schooler, and I found that when you make your poster more organized, it's a lot easier to navigate through it. In fact, you will probably get a better grade because of how neat and organized it is.
First, What I like to do is to split the poster into thirds with imaginary lines. Then, I move the pictures or photos in the top left third of the poster. After I add the pictures and photos, I move anything extra that I don't have, or "extra space", under the pictures and photos.
Second I make the Information taking up the Top right corner to the pictures and photos area. I have the information go down until it's at about the halfway mark in the Extra space. After I make the Information, I add the bibliography, underneath the information area. When I'm done adding all of those boxes with everything in them, I'm done. You can add a border or anything else onto your poster. You can rearange the four main areas if you would like, or you can keep them the same. After you get your poster done, Comment on how you think I did on my first instructable.

Step 2: Extras Box:

This is more toward the Elementary School  through High School Range. I myself am a Middle Schooler, and I found that when you make your poster more organized, it's a lot easier to navigate through it. In fact, you will probably get a better grade because of how neat and organized it is.
First, What I like to do is to split the poster into thirds with imaginary lines. Then, I move the pictures or photos in the top left third of the poster. After I add the pictures and photos, I move anything extra that I don't have, or "extra space", under the pictures and photos.
Second I make the Information taking up the Top right corner to the pictures and photos area. I have the information go down until it's at about the halfway mark in the Extra space. After I make the Information, I add the bibliography, underneath the information area. When I'm done adding all of those boxes with everything in them, I'm done. You can add a border or anything else onto your poster. You can rearange the four main areas if you would like, or you can keep them the same. After you get your poster done, Comment on how you think I did on my first instructable.

Step 3: Information Box:

This is more toward the Elementary School  through High School Range. I myself am a Middle Schooler, and I found that when you make your poster more organized, it's a lot easier to navigate through it. In fact, you will probably get a better grade because of how neat and organized it is.
First, What I like to do is to split the poster into thirds with imaginary lines. Then, I move the pictures or photos in the top left third of the poster. After I add the pictures and photos, I move anything extra that I don't have, or "extra space", under the pictures and photos.
Second I make the Information taking up the Top right corner to the pictures and photos area. I have the information go down until it's at about the halfway mark in the Extra space. After I make the Information, I add the bibliography, underneath the information area. When I'm done adding all of those boxes with everything in them, I'm done. You can add a border or anything else onto your poster. You can rearange the four main areas if you would like, or you can keep them the same. After you get your poster done, Comment on how you think I did on my first instructable.

Step 4: Bibliography Box:

This is more toward the Elementary School  through High School Range. I myself am a Middle Schooler, and I found that when you make your poster more organized, it's a lot easier to navigate through it. In fact, you will probably get a better grade because of how neat and organized it is.
First, What I like to do is to split the poster into thirds with imaginary lines. Then, I move the pictures or photos in the top left third of the poster. After I add the pictures and photos, I move anything extra that I don't have, or "extra space", under the pictures and photos.
Second I make the Information taking up the Top right corner to the pictures and photos area. I have the information go down until it's at about the halfway mark in the Extra space. After I make the Information, I add the bibliography, underneath the information area. When I'm done adding all of those boxes with everything in them, I'm done. You can add a border or anything else onto your poster. You can rearange the four main areas if you would like, or you can keep them the same. After you get your poster done, Comment on how you think I did on my first instructable.

Step 5: You're Finished!

Congratulations! You have Finished your neat and organized poster! Please comment on how I did for my first Instructable. Thanks!

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    Hey, this is a great instructable and is very informative. Just one thing is missing... pictures! It really helps a lot when trying to follow directions so you should consider taking some photographs. Once you do that leave me a message so that we can publish your work.

    Thanks for the cool instructable and we hope to publish this soon!