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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint
from deck Post Pandemic Business Recovery Plan (PPT Template)

Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint

Slide Content

The slide presents guidelines on how to properly edit outline icons in PowerPoint to maintain clarity and readability. It advises that one can easily change the outline color of the icon or adjust the icon outline's width by altering the shape weight. Conversely, it recommends against filling outline icons with color or using lines that are too thick, as these practices can make the icons difficult to read. Each point is demonstrated with pictorial examples showing the preferred and discouraged methods.

Graphical Look

  • The background of the slide is white, providing a clean canvas for content.
  • A title is displayed at the top in large blue text with a darker blue highlight, indicating the slide's main topic.
  • On the left, there are two screenshots demonstrating the PowerPoint interface for changing icon colors and line weights.
  • In the center, to the right of the screenshots, there are two columns labeled "Do" and "Don't," each with corresponding icon examples beneath them.
  • The "Do" column has a teal header, and the "Don't" column features a red header.
  • Below each header, there are three color-coded icons illustrating the outcomes of following or ignoring the editing tips.
  • A gray arrow points from the text on the left to the corresponding icons in the "Do" column, guiding viewers on how icons can be changed effectively.
  • The overall design is minimalistic, with a clear division between tips and visual examples, facilitated by the use of contrasting colors and arrows for guidance.

The slide has a modern and instructional design, with a straightforward layout that emphasizes the contrast between recommended and unrecommended practices through color and visual examples.

Use Cases

  • Use this slide in a training session about effective PowerPoint presentation design, particularly focusing on visual elements.
  • Incorporate into a workshop on best practices for creating professional PowerPoint slides.
  • Present to a team of non-design professionals who need to understand basic design principles for everyday presentation creation.
  • Employ in an educational course or tutorial that teaches digital skills, including how to edit graphics within office software.

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