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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint
from deck Triple Bottom Line Sustainable Business Strategy (PPT Template)

Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint

Slide Content

The slide provides guidelines on how to effectively edit outline icons in PowerPoint presentations. It suggests that one can change the outline color of the icon easily, which means selecting a new color for the icon's edges to match the presentation theme. Additionally, it is encouraged to change the width of the icon outline by adjusting the shape weight, implying modification of the icon's line thickness for better visibility. Conversely, it advises against giving outline icons a color fill, as it can overshadow the design details, and cautions that using a line that is too thick may make the icon illegible.

Graphical Look

  • The slide's background is white, providing a clean and neutral canvas for the content.
  • The slide title "Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint" is prominently displayed at the top in large, blue font.
  • Two sets of colored blocks labeled "Do" and "Don't," with these blocks in teal and red respectively, suggest recommended and discouraged actions.
  • There are two text boxes with explanations in black on how to change outline color and adjust shape weight, aiding the understanding of each "Do" element.
  • Each "Do" and "Don't" is accompanied by a set of icons: map pins with different outline colors and thicknesses showcase the dos and don'ts in a practical example.
  • The slide uses varying shades of blue and orange to visually distinguish between positive and negative practices.
  • The elements are well-organized, with a balanced amount of white space to avoid clutter.

The slide looks professional and informative, leveraging a mix of textual instructions and visual examples to clearly demonstrate best practices for editing icons.

Use Cases

  • To instruct employees during a training session on presentation design skills, focusing on icon customization.
  • During a workshop to provide a visual guide for designers on optimal icon usage and customization practices.
  • As part of an internal guide for standardizing presentation aesthetics within a company.
  • In a tutorial for a broader audience on content creation about how to effectively use visual elements in PowerPoint presentations.

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