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Bottom Horizontal Progress Bar – 6 Meeting Sections
from deck Meeting Outline Agenda & Sections Indicators (PPT Template)

Bottom Horizontal Progress Bar – 6 Meeting Sections

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide is designed to showcase a project or meeting progress through a bottom horizontal progress bar featuring six sections. Each section likely represents a phase or topic within a meeting or a project. The slide provides options for both numbered lists and bullet point descriptions for detailed elaboration of content. This structured representation can translate complex processes into digestible parts, making it ideal for step-by-step explanations or tracking progress in various scenarios.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a teal and gray color scheme, with teal accents on the sides and gray for the progress bar and content section.
  • The title of the slide is prominently displayed at the top in a large, bold font.
  • A content area is divided into two parts; the upper part is for text and lists whereas the lower part highlights the progress bar.
  • The upper content section includes placeholder text for a title, a numbered list, and bullet points, indicating where to add details.
  • The progress bar is located at the bottom of the slide, emphasized with a contrasting dark teal color.
  • Each of the six sections in the progress bar has a labeled tab; "Section 4" is distinguished by a color fill and an icon of gears in a sphere, signifying the current or highlighted phase.
  • Horizontal arrows connect each section, suggesting progression or sequence.

The slide has a clean and professional appearance with a clear contrast between the content area and the progress bar. The use of icons and color differentiation helps in effortlessly drawing attention to specific sections or stages.

Use Cases

  • Tracking stages of the project lifecycle during a status update or project management presentation.
  • Outlining the agenda of a multi-section meeting and highlighting the current section being discussed.
  • Clearly demonstrating a workstream or process flow over a defined number of steps in training or informative sessions.
  • Providing a visual cue for the progression through different topics in a workshop or seminar.

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