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Old 09-13-2005, 02:54 PM   #4
PeterArnel
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My simple rule of thumb
is start with the most important - in big type and get smaller as u go
HOWEVER
my real advice is go and put them up your self armed with sellotape, nails etc - printing posters in one thing making sure they are put up in the right place is the most impoirtant - in the uk we have road side signs ( say about six small ones - one after another with different information on so u can read them at speed
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