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The “DESIGN” button is missing in the Main Toolbar

No DESIGN button at the top of your Main Toolbar? This is because your conference organizer has disabled this function. They do this in order to standardize the design of each presentation at the event. They want authors and attendees to focus on content, rather than design.

How do I change Templates?

If you want to change your template, PLEASE READ ALL OF THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, so that you don’t lose any content.

In order to change your template, you click on the DELETE button on your Main toolbar, which will take you back to the Template Chooser page and allow you to select a different template.

All of your images will be saved, and you will find them in the Image Gallery on your new Template.

All of your texts will be deleted, so please do the following:

  1. Copy all of your texts, from all of the Content Boxes and paste them into another document. We recommend a simple text editor.
  2. Once you have copied all of your texts, you can delete the current template and choose another.
  3. Copy and paste your texts back into the appropriate Content Boxes.
  4. To add back your images, place your cursor where you want them inserted and click on the INSERT IMAGES button. Click on the GALLERY tab to choose from your previously uploaded images.

How do I share my presentation?

You can share your presentation online by clicking on the SHARE button in the Main Toolbar and copying the URL.

If you are going to share your screen during an online presentation click on the Preview button to get the proper display.

Why can’t I log in to my presentation editor?

If you’re having trouble logging in, the issue could be your operating system, browser, network, or router.

Please check the following:

  • You have the latest updates for your operating system: Windows, Mac or Linux.
  • You are using the latest version of your web browser: we recommend Chrome, Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and Safari. Please note, we do not support Internet Explorer.

If you are still having issues logging in, please check with your IT department. It may be that you are being denied access because of a firewall at your organization. To confirm this, try logging in to you presentation from another computer in another location and see if you are still experiencing the issue.

If you’re having problems while trying to connect from home, you might have a slow internet connection that is making it difficult to access the template.

If you have tried the above fixes and still can’t login, please contact our technical support team iPoster Support

How do I edit multiple presentations?

The following field is visible at the top of your template if you’ve been approved to create multiple presentations:

your poster

Simply click on the arrow and you will be able to toggle between your presentations.

I deleted my presentation by mistake, is there some way I can retrieve it?

If you have accidentally deleted your presentation all of your texts, sound files, and links to external webpages will be lost. You will have to input and format them again.

However, all of your images will still be in your Image Gallery, so you don’t need to reload them from your computer.  Place your cursor where you want to insert the image and use the Insert Image tool in the editor. Choose “Image Gallery” rather than “Upload”. Mark the image you want to Insert and click on OK.

How can I save a web page as a PDF document (Windows and MacOS)?

Windows 10 has a built-in print-to-PDF functionality in the operating system that can be used by all applications.

To print a web page as a PDF using Windows 10 or Mac OS, simply right click on the webpage, then select ‘print’ in the menu.  Alternatively, click the 3 dot menu at the top right of the screen and select ‘print’.

A print menu screen will appear. In the ‘destination’ field choose ‘Save as PDF’. This will allow you to save the webpage as a PDF document to your computer’s desktop or another location.

In Windows 8 there’s no built-in print-to-PDF functionality, so you have to do it in other ways:


if you use Chrome, there’s a built-in PDF print. Select Print, under Destination, click Change and select Save to PDF.


To save as PDF, install an extension, e.g. Print Edit or PrintPDF

Internet Explorer

For Internet Explorer you have to install a PDF printer driver, e.g. CutePDF Writer

CutePDF can also be used in Chrome and Firefox.

Alternatively, you can use an online service where you paste the URL which is then converted to a PDF.

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