If you chose a multiple comparison method that computes confidence intervals (Tukey, Dunnett, etc.) Prism can plot these confidence intervals. This is a great way to show the key results of ANOVA. Consider showing a graph like this with your results.
•Report the results in paragraph (narrative) form, as well as the usual tabular results. This is not available when you fit a mixed model.
•Create a table of means showing the mean (or predicted LS mean if there are missing values) for each cell, as well as for each row and column, and grand means.
Choose how you want P values reported, and how many significant digits you need for the other results.