Guidelines for Computer Presentations

All the presentations are to be made on the PC, and all the speakers are requested to make their presentation data in English.
Please save your presentation data following the guidelines below, and save either on a CD-R, or on a USB flash drive. Both Windows and Macintosh are available for the presentations.

  Windows Macintosh
Personally brought laptop o o
Bringing only storage media
(USB flash drive / CD-R)
o o
Application Software PowerPoint 2003, 2007, 2010 PowerPoint 2008, 2011
Movie Data Windows Media Player QuickTime Movie


PC Preview

PC Preview is open during following time at following location. Please visit PC Preview 20 minutes prior to your session starts. In addition, please note that every presenter needs to check presentation data at PC Preview even if you are to give presentation with your own PC.

  Time:   April 3rd (Wed.)
April 4th (Thu.)
April 5th (Fri.)
April 6th (Sat.)
April 7th (Sun.)
  13:00 - 19:00
7:30 - 18:30
7:30 - 20:00
6:30 - 19:15
6:30 - 13:00


Speakers bringing storage media

OS and Applications (Windows)
  OS:   Windows 7
  Applications:   PowerPoint only
  PowerPoint Ver.:   2003 / 2007 / 2010
OS and Applications (Macintosh)
  OS:   10.7
  Applications:   PowerPoint only
  PowerPoint Ver.:   2008, 2011


Monitor Size (Resolution)

XGA (1024 x 768 )
*Please check in advance that all the data appears properly under the specified conditions.

Back Up Data

Please bring backup data to the workshop site if at all possible.


Please use default-setting fonts.
English: Times New Roman, Arial, Arial Black, Arial Narrow, Century, Century Gothic, Courier New, and Georgia.
Using any other fonts may cause alphabets to turn into garbage characters.


For those who wish to show a movie, it is recommended to bring their own PC to run the presentation slide.
Movies should be prepared in Windows Media Player for Windows users and QuickTime Movie for Macintosh users.
Movie data should be saved in the same folder as your presentation data.
In addition, please notify the PC Preview staff that your presentation contain movie data.
*Note for video files
For Windows users, please bring a video file that can be played using a codec that can operate on 7 operating system and Windows Media Player 12 in their default settings (video files are recommended to be WMV formatted).
For Macintosh users, please bring a video that can be played using a codec that can be operate on an X operating system and QuickTime Player in their default settings (video files are recommended to be MOV).


Sound function will be available.
Please notify the PC Preview staff that your presentation contain audio files.

Presentation in the Main Hall

An LCD monitor, keyboard and a mouse are available on the podium. When you come up to the stage, your first slide will be projected on the screen automatically. Any following operations must be self-operated by the speaker.
For those who wish to have an operator for PC handlings, please ask for it at PC Preview.

Speaker bringing own PC

For those wishing to operate your presentations directly from your own PC, please bring it to the presentation site. Please note that even if you bring your own PC, you need to check your presentation data at PC Preview.
** Please bring an AC adapter for your PC.
**For PC with different pin types, please make sure to bring a converting cable to D-sub 15 pins type.
**Please prepare backup data either with CD-R or USB flash drive.
**Your laptop computer should e newer version than windows 2000 and Macintosh OSX10.1.2


To avoid the possible spread of computer viruses, always scan your presentation files beforehand with updated anti-virus software.
All data saved into the server will be completely deleted upon the completion of your presentation.


For any inquiries, please contact the secretariat: