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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint
from deck Creative Brain and Head Outline Infographics (PPT Template)

Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint

Slide Content

The slide is about how to properly edit outline icons in PowerPoint. It splits the advice into "Do" and "Don't" sections. For the "Do" part, it suggests that you can change the outline color of the icon easily to fit your design needs. Additionally, it recommends adjusting the width of the icon's outline by changing the shape weight to achieve the desired emphasis or subtlety. Conversely, for the "Don't" section, it warns against giving outline icons a color fill, as it can detract from the clarity of the icon, and advises against using too thick a line, which can make the icon unreadable and lose its intended effect.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is white.
  • The title is in the upper left with dark text.
  • A six-step color selection guide is pictured twice on the left side.
  • On the top right, there are two 3D-styled rectangular boxes with rounded corners, one teal labeled "Do" and the other red labeled "Don't."
  • Below each "Do" and "Don't" label, there are two sets of brain-shaped icons, demonstrating the recommended adjustment for the "Do" and the effect to avoid for the "Don't."
  • Annotated comments in black text beneath each icon set, explain the correct and incorrect methods of icon editing.
  • Arrow shapes beneath the icon sets lead to the annotations, indicating correlation.

The slide has a very organized and clean layout, with clear visual distinction between the dos and don'ts of icon editing in PowerPoint through the use of color coding and simple iconography.

Use Cases

  • Demonstrating best practices for visual design in internal team training on how to use PowerPoint effectively.
  • Providing guidelines during a workshop on creating professional PowerPoint presentations.
  • Including as part of a tutorial for new hires who need to work with company-standard presentation templates.
  • Using in design-focused sessions to teach the importance of maintaining readability and visual aesthetic in presentations.

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