This work deals with design printed presentations. Its task is to outline the basic requirements for creating printed presentations. The work is divided into three parts. The first part begins with a brief description of the history of type and transfer use of computer technology in work in press. It also deals with technical and software resources, which are generated prints. And also alludes to the typography and color theory. The second section provides a description of the principles and policies which are used for what looks best printed. Third, the practical part deals with the design modification of existing printed presentations. It includes an analysis of the original version with a description of deficiencies and a description of the adjustments that these shortcomings at least partially removed.