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3 Columns Page Layout with Bottom Line Placeholder
from deck E-Book PowerPoint Template for Lead Magnet Presentation (PPT format)

3 Columns Page Layout with Bottom Line Placeholder

Slide Content: The slide is titled "3 Columns Page Layout with Bottom Line Placeholder" and is meant to organize content into three sections. The left column suggests adding a brief introduction in italicized font and is colored differently for emphasis. This section discusses the importance of distinct textual presentation. The two additional columns titled "Headline here" are for detailing main points and include placeholder text. Each column has bullet points elucidating tips for text presentation and content harmony. The bottom section invites adding important notes or information.

Graphical Look:

  • The slide background is split with the left side displaying white and the right showing a vibrant photograph of an aurora borealis over a snowy landscape.
  • Three text columns on the left are separated by thin, subtle lines.
  • The first column's introductory text is italicized, and a distinct purple shade is used for one of the sentences.
  • Each of the other two columns has a centered circle icon above the placeholder text headlines.
  • The icons are different: one appears like a user silhouette, and the other like a gear configuration.
  • The placeholders are generic lorem ipsum text, in shades of dark grey for contrast.
  • A blue banner at the bottom spans the entire slide, containing a placeholder suggesting adding further information.
  • A slight drop shadow is noticeable below the banner.
  • Slide number "14" is visible in the bottom right corner.

The overall look of the slide is modern and organized, engaging viewers with a clear, structured layout and a balance between textual content and graphical elements.

Use Cases:

  • To present multiple topics or ideas side by side for comparison or to show their relationship.
  • For summarizing key points of a meeting, presentation, or project across different dimensions or categories.
  • In educational settings where breaking down complex information into digestible parts is needed.
  • To outline the pros and cons of a proposal, product features, or to compare different strategies or outcomes.

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