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The size *does* relate to its importance, outline-wise. Could it be used in
a footer, like a running head?
On Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 12:45 PM, Mike Starr <mike -at- writestarr -dot- com> wrote:
> I think it's just right the way it is... what you've really got is an
> outline and the emphasis on the higher levels of the outline would
> typically be more than that level's child topics.
> Best Regards,
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> On 12/4/2014 10:35 AM, Ken Weinberg wrote:
>> Hi, fellow TWs.
>> In the PPT template I've received, on many sides (mostly the bullet
>> slides), the Section heading is large and above the smaller Topic heading.
>> For example:
>> FARE VALIDATION
>> Checking the Ticket
>> - bullet 1
>> - bullet 2
>> - bullet 3
>> Two questions:
>> 1) Shouldn't the Section heading be smaller? The Topic is what's discussed
>> in the slide!
>> 2) Having both Section and Topic headings seems unnecessary. Should I just
>> remove the Section heading altogether?
>> TIA for your advice.
>> Ken Weinberg
>> Sr. Business Analyst, Change Management
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