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Example of the cycle diagrams
from deck Cycle Diagrams & Wheel Charts (PPT Graphics)

How to edit diagrams: All charts are easy to modify

Slide Content

The slide appears to be part of a tutorial on how to edit diagrams in a presentation software. It emphasizes that all charts are easy to modify and provides visual examples and placeholders for custom content. Section A, B, and C likely represent steps or components in a process, each accompanied by a description area for detailed text, while the larger rectangle marked "2" might focus on a specific aspect or highlight a key point. The side panel with green text reinforces that elements are fully editable, from text to colors, and can be resized, ungrouped, and easily manipulated.

Graphical Look

  • Three content blocks on the left, labeled A, B, and C, with accompanying editable text fields, color-coded borders, and circular icons with capital letters inside.
  • A large rectangular content block in the center-right with an orange border and a number "2" in a circle, indicating a second step or point with a larger editable text field inside.
  • A sidebar text box on the right, with a darker background color and a lighter text color, outlining key features such as full editability, resizing, text and icon changes, duplication, and item removal.
  • Horizontal lines at the top and bottom of the slide, providing visual boundaries for the slide's content.

The overall look of the slide is clean and modern, with a strong focus on simplicity and editability. The color-coded elements help to distinguish between different sections or steps, and the overall design is conducive to customization.

Use Cases

  • To demonstrate how to customize various chart and diagram types in a presentation software training session.
  • In a sales pitch to showcase the adaptability of a product's visual components to a client's branding.
  • For internal team meetings when explaining the process of updating presentation materials.
  • During a workshop or webinar on effective presentation skills, highlighting the importance of visual aid flexibility.

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