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STAND UP TO PREVENT DOMESTIC ABUSE

Domestic Violence Prevention Month in the Army 2006!


There are 6 posters to choose from: Three are variations on the basic theme; three provide slogans that go along with the theme. Use the following table to download the poster(s) of your choice. Be sure to Right-Click on the links and use "Save Target As" to track where you store your poster files. See printing instructions below the table for general guidelines.
Click on the pictures below to see 8 x 11' versions in your browser. Depending on your browser settings you may be able to print directly. 8.5 x 11" - Ready to print from your color inkjet or laser printer. Right-click to download. 11 x 17" - Have your Printing Center download these files for you and make your prints Comments

Basic Theme #1

8.5 x 11" JPEG

8.5 x 11" PDF

11 x 17" PDF

Recommendations:
Print and distribute as many versions as possible, as widely as possible.

JPEG files are generally faster to download, and can be opened with standard picture or photo software that comes with Windows.

PDF files may be a bit better in quality, and can be opened directly using Acrobat Reader. Don't have Acrobat Reader? Download it Here

Slogan #1

8.5 x 11"JPEG

8.5 x 11" PDF

11 x 17" PDF

 

Slogan #2

8.5 x 11"JPEG

8.5 x 11" PDF

11 x 17" PDF

 

Slogan #3

8.5 x 11"JPEG

8.5 x 11" PDF

11 x 17" PDF

 

Basic Theme #2

8.5 x 11"JPEG

8.5 x 11" PDF

11 x 17" PDF

 

Basic Theme #3

8.5 x 11"JPEG

8.5 x 11" PDF

11 x 17" PDF

 
The 2006 Theme and Installation Commander's Proclamation Download

PRINTING INSTRUCTIONS: These are high quality, densely inked images measuring 8.5" x 11"! Be sure to use glossy photo paper for high quality results. Remember: RIGHT-click to download -- use the "Save Target As..." option; find your downloads and Double-click to preview. Use photo quality paper!

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This material was developed for the U. S. Army Community and Family Support Center, Family Advocacy Program by staff of the Family Life Development Center in cooperation with Cornell Cooperative Extension, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. The material is based upon work supported by the Extension Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, under special project number 97-EXCA-3-0221.

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