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Gridlines to Easy Work with Columns
from deck New Physical Product Presentation One Pager (PPT Template)

Gridlines to Easy Work with Columns

Slide Content

This PowerPoint slide titled "Gridlines to Easy Work with Columns" is designed to showcase a layout that aids in creating columnar structures for presenting information. The slide has a section that explains how gridlines can make design easier, instructing users to press "Alt + F9" to show or hide these guidelines. Additionally, there are placeholders aligned in columns with sample content such as "Product name," "Parameter 1/2/3," "Text here," and a price tag, each within their respective boxes; these exemplify how content can be organized using the grid approach.

Graphical Look

  • The background of the slide is white.
  • The title is in large, bold text centered at the top.
  • There's a faded grid pattern overlaying the entire slide.
  • Four columnar sections divide the slide, with dotted vertical orange lines illustrating the gridlines.
  • Each column contains a mock-up of a product presentation, with a grey placeholder for images.
  • The product presentation includes a text area for a "Product name" in bold, followed by three points labeled "Parameter 1," "Parameter 2," "Parameter 3," each with adjacent areas for additional text.
  • A horizontal orange bar highlights the price at the bottom of each product mock-up.
  • To the left, a speech bubble contains text explaining the functionality of gridlines.
  • At the top left, a spot is designated for "Your Logo" alongside a sample logo.
  • On the top right, there are contact details and a delivery icon, suggesting a company's header.

The slide is visually structured with a clear and professional appearance, utilizing a consistent orange and grey color scheme to delineate different sections and to emphasize important elements.

Use Cases

  • Presenting a new product line with organized details in a business pitch or sales presentation.
  • Creating a template for a catalog or brochure that will display multiple products or services.
  • Using in training sessions to teach employees how to maintain brand consistency in document formatting.
  • Displaying comparative information in market research or competitive analysis presentations.

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