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Chapter 6. Overhead Projector > Transparency Frames

Transparency Frames

Always use frames on your transparencies. Not framing transparencies is a little like having your shirttail out—it’s not the end of the world, but it makes you look sloppy in front of the audience. Frames also make transparencies much easier to handle. A stack of unframed transparencies develops static electricity and the transparencies take on a life of their own, sticking together and floating across the projector when laid on the glass stage.

Standard cardboard frames work well. The authors prefer the plastic “flip frame” made by 3M (Reorder Number 78–6969–7128–8). They fold up to 8½ by 11 inches and can be slipped into a briefcase. They’re punched to fit into a three-ring binder.


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