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Application as a style element

The slash may be used on its own as a style element in various types of communications. It is a bar set at an angle of 51° and is horizontally cut across the top and bottom. If it runs off a page margin, one of these cuts may be vertical. N.B. in printed documents, the top cut must never be at the top margin of the page.

The examples shown here are for illustration only. They are not genuine University communications and only give a limited impression of the entire range of effects that can be achieved by using the slash as a style element.
The examples shown here are for illustration only. They are not genuine University communications and only give a limited impression of the entire range of effects that can be achieved by using the slash as a style element.

The slash – dos and don’ts

– The width, length and height may be freely chosen

– May run off the bottom margin of the page

– May be applied in a recurrent pattern

– Must always have an angle of 51° and be horizontally cut across the top and bottom

- If it runs off a page margin, one of these cuts may be vertical.  N.B. in printed documents, the top cut must never be at the top margin of the page.

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