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  • Presentation Title 36pt boldSub-title 24pt boldPresenters name, 00.00.2010 24pt regular

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  • Main title 24pt boldSub-head can appear in 24 pt regularBodycopy sub-headline 20pt boldLarge body copy is written in 20pt regular Nemporia voles nia verumd vent, nihit is audam quia demodione nos rem re, inis eatusapellumincilla borepugiae expe que natia quis di ipicia.Sub-sectionSub-sectionSub-section

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  • Guide to colours in PowerPoint presentationprincipal colours The four core principal colours in the Pearson colour palette are given equal usage and are always used in the Pearson bar. Only use one hue per application.40% tintR248 G196 B15550% tintR246 G181 B13060% tintR244 G166 B10670% tintR242 G151 B8180% tintR241 G137 B5690% tintR239 G122 B31OrangeR237 G107 B6Tints40% tintR216 G161 B18250% tintR206 G137 B16360% tintR196 G113 B14570% tintR186 G90 B12780% tintR177 G66 B10990% tintR167 G43 B90PurpleR157 G19 B7240% tintR153 G209 B19050% tintR128 G197 B17460% tintR102 G185 B15870% tintR76 G174 B14280% tintR51 G162 B12590% tintR25 G151 B109GreenR0 G139 B9340% tintR175 G180 B21350% tintR154 G161 B20260% tintR134 G142 B19170% tintR114 G123 B18180% tintR94 G105 B17090% tintR74 G86 B160BlueR54 G67 B149Supporting colours The supporting spectrums of colour originate from the principal colours, and are used in typography and graphics. Lighter shades should always sit above darker ones.40% tintR234 G234 B23450% tintR221 G221 B22160% tintR192 G192 B19270% tintR178 G178 B17880% tintR150 G150 B15090% tintR128 G128 B128GreyR119 G119 B119

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