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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint
from deck Digital Transformation Strategy Roadmaps (PPT Template)

Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide explains how to modify outline icons within the presentation software. The slide provides guidance on two main customization options: changing the outline color and altering the outline width by adjusting the shape weight. For each option, the slide displays a corresponding screenshot from PowerPoint demonstrating the selection of colors from the color palette and adjusting width via the weight dropdown menu, highlighting the practical steps for users to follow in customizing their icons for better visual representation.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a white background with a main title in large, bold text at the top.
  • Two sections beneath the title, each with a bold subheading in black, describe the customization options.
  • Each section includes a screenshot of the PowerPoint interface, depicting the feature being discussed.
  • To the right, there are a series of icons showing the results of the outlined customization—three icons for color variation and four for weight variation, ranging from thin to thick.
  • The icons are clean and simple document outlines that vary in color and thickness to illustrate the described changes.
  • Subheadings and related content are color-coded: blue for the section on changing outline color and green for altering outline width.

The slide is clean and uses a minimalistic style, focusing the audience's attention on the instructional content. The use of color-highlighting helps viewers to easily associate the text instructions with the visual examples.

Use Cases

  • To train staff on how to customize and standardize presentation elements within a company.
  • In a workshop session explaining best practices for enhancing presentations visually.
  • During an internal webinar about maximizing PowerPoint's functionalities for effective communication.
  • As a reference in educational materials for design courses focusing on presentation skills and tools.

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