Our branded document templates are now available in Microsoft Office 2013 and 2016. We’ve also added a new template folder for our Lower Mainland Consolidation services.
Microsoft Office 2013 and 2016 are now equipped with our branded Fraser Health templates. All of our Word and PowerPoint templates are compliant with our Corporate Identity and Brand Standards. Please use these templates when creating documents such as letters, memos, presentations, brochures and posters.
We have also rolled out a new document template folder called Lower Mainland Consolidation in Microsoft Word. The new folder includes branded materials, such as a four-logo brochure, memo, letterhead, fact sheet, and posters to help you communicate your messages relating to Lower Mainland Consolidation (LMC) services.
For those who have received the technology refresh and now have Office 2013 and 2016, below are instructions on how to access the templates. If you are using Office 2013 and 2016 and currently do not see the template library, please restart your computer to have the templates appear.
Word 2013 and 2016
To access the Word templates, open Word > go to New > go to Custom. To see the full folder name, hover your mouse over the folder. Go to the folder and double-click on the template thumbnail to create a new file.
PowerPoint 2013 and 2016
To access the PowerPoint templates, open PowerPoint > go to New> go to Fraser Health Templates. To see the full file name, hover your mouse over the document. Double-click on the template thumbnail to create a new file.
Remote access to templates
For those accessing their work computers remotely, go to our template folders on FHPulse. Internet Explorer is the recommended browser to view the templates on FHPulse.
If you have feedback regarding the templates, contact Susan Seto, Consultant, Communications.
For more information on our corporate identity and brand standards, go to fraserhealth.ca/brand