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Editing outline icons in PowerPoint
from deck Annual Budget Financial Presentation (PowerPoint Template)

Editing outline icons in PowerPoint

Slide Content

The slide is about customizing outline icons within PowerPoint to align with specific branding or presentation needs. It's divided into three key areas of customization: Color, Thickness, and Size. For color, the instruction is to change the icon's outline color to match your branding and to avoid giving it a filled color. The thickness section suggests adjusting the icon's thickness to make sure it's readable and not too bold. Lastly, it recommends resizing icons by holding their corner nodes to avoid distorting the icons' proportions, which could impact clarity.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean and modern design with a blue-green header that spans the top.
  • "Fully editable icons" is placed in the top right corner within a darker section of the header.
  • There are three main content blocks, each with a light gray header and arranged in a row.
  • The content blocks are labeled "Color," "Thickness," and "Size," with correlating instructions and sample icons beneath them.
  • Sample icons are visual aids to represent the text instructions, each with an arrow pointing towards the change described.
  • The sample icons vary in color, line thickness, and have visual resizing handles depicted.
  • Screenshots showing dropdown menus from PowerPoint demonstrate how one would change the color and thickness.
  • There's a cursor icon shown at the bottom right section of the "Size" category, indicating the resizing action for icons.

The slide has a balance between text and visual representations, providing a quick and clear understanding of the icon editing process with a professional appearance.

Use Cases

  • Training sessions for team members on how to tailor presentation materials to company branding guidelines.
  • Workshops or webinars focusing on improving PowerPoint skills, specifically in designing and customizing presentations.
  • Onboarding material for new hires to familiarize them with corporate presentation standards and tools.
  • As a reference slide in a style guide document distributed to employees or presentation designers within an organization. I'm sorry, but it seems there has been a mix-up, as there is no image attached for me to examine and describe. If you have an image you would like me to describe, please upload it, and I will be happy to help!

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