In an earlier post, I explained how to design pages that pass the squint test, to achieve the simplicity aspect of what Edward Tufte calls "simplicity of design and complexity of data." At that point I promised to share 36 examples of such pages. Here they are; you can download them in two versions. The first version is a .pdf file with thumbnail images of all 36 options, six per page for a total of six pages, which you can quickly flip through each time you are trying to decide on a page design (these are the ones that are illustrated here on the blog). The second version is a PowerPoint file with all the 36 slides; copy the relevant ones to help you create your own presentations.