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Editing 30-60-90 Icons & Shapes in PowerPoint
from deck Visual 30-60-90 Days Action Plan (PPT Template)

Editing Flat Icons & Shapes in PowerPoint

Slide Content

This PowerPoint slide is focused on demonstrating the ease with which users can modify the fill color of flat icons and shapes. It emphasizes the simplicity of customization in PowerPoint, offering an explanatory text "You can change fill color easily:" followed by a graphical representation of a drop-down menu showing different options for color adjustments, such as Theme Colors, Standard Colors, and more.

Graphical Look

  • The slide title "Editing Flat Icons & Shapes in PowerPoint" is prominently positioned at the top of the slide in large, bold text.
  • Below the title, a dark grey rectangle contains the explanatory text in white, "You can change fill color easily:".
  • To the right of the dark gray rectangle, there is an image of a pop-up window that displays the PowerPoint shape fill settings, showcasing various color options.
  • The pop-up window is shown with a slight drop shadow, creating a sense of depth.
  • To the far right, flat icons representing profile silhouettes are seen with two color variations—a set with a blue gradient and another with a yellow to orange gradient.
  • The slide background is white, providing a clean and minimalistic look that does not distract from the informative content.

The slide has a very professional and instructional design, with a clear focus on the content. The use of iconography and screenshot of the tool settings window helps in visually conveying the message about customizing graphical elements in PowerPoint.

Use Cases

  • In a workshop teaching how to create effective PowerPoint presentations, demonstrating the customizability of slide elements.
  • During an onboarding session for new employees to familiarize them with company-standard presentation tools and aesthetics.
  • As part of a design-focused meeting to discuss branding guidelines and how to apply them to presentation materials.
  • In a sales or marketing presentation, to show how easily brand colors can be implemented across different slides for consistency.

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