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Editing ESG outline icons in PowerPoint
from deck Social Sustainability Report ESG Presentation (PPT Template)

Editing ESG outline icons in PowerPoint

Slide Content

This PowerPoint slide is a tutorial on customizing Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) outline icons, specifically their color, thickness, and size to improve the visual appeal and effectiveness of presentations. The slide describes that you can change the icon outline color to better align with your branding but advises against giving the icons a color fill, indicating it should be left transparent. It suggests adjusting the thickness of the icon lines to achieve the right size and warns that excessively thick lines could render the icon unreadable. Finally, it recommends resizing icons by manipulating corner nodes as altering the icon's proportions can damage its clarity.

Graphical Look

  • The slide's background is white with a large, teal header banner at the top.
  • There are three content sections horizontally aligned, each with a grey title box labeled "Color," "Thickness," and "Size."
  • Each section has a pair of icons: the left icon is in full color, while the right one has a monochrome outline.
  • Red crosses and green checkmarks indicate incorrect and correct editing practices, respectively.
  • Screenshots of PowerPoint interface elements illustrate how to change icon features.
  • A dark blue box on the right side lists 'Fully editable icons' and their editable aspects: color, thickness, and size.

The design comes across as professional and instructional, using icons and color coding to clearly convey do's and don'ts. The use of actual PowerPoint editing interface screenshots provides practical, contextual guidance for users.

Use Cases

  • In a workshop or training session teaching PowerPoint optimization skills.
  • During a presentation design team meeting to establish consistent branding standards.
  • As part of an onboarding process for new employees who will create company presentations.
  • In an educational setting where students are learning about professional presentation techniques.

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