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Editability of flat icons in PowerPoint
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Editing Flat Icons & Shapes in PowerPoint

Slide Content

The slide presents guidelines for customizing flat icons and shapes within PowerPoint. It focuses on two main aspects: firstly, "You can change fill color easily," indicating the simplicity of altering shape colors via PowerPoint's fill color options. This means users can quickly adjust the aesthetics of shapes and icons to match their design preferences or corporate branding. Secondly, "They also work great on dark backgrounds," this suggests that the versatility of flat icons and shapes allows for effective contrast and visibility against varying background colors, ensuring clarity regardless of presentation style.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean and minimalistic design.
  • At the top, there is a title in bold large font.
  • Two text boxes with a light backdrop are centrally aligned offering concise explanations; these text boxes have arrows pointing to relevant visual elements.
  • A screenshot graphic on the right depicting a dropdown menu for color selection, demonstrating the editing feature in PowerPoint.
  • Four flat icon shapes are shown: two in the upper right corner with different fill colors and two mirrored versions against a dark background in the lower right corner, illustrating the icon visibility on various backgrounds.
  • Each visual element has a clear space around it, making them distinct and easy to differentiate.

The slide has a modern, professional look with a simple color palette that accentuates the content. The use of flat icons and contrasting background demonstrates the versatility of using shapes in presentations.

Use Cases

  • Demonstrating how to customize standard templates and shapes during PowerPoint training sessions.
  • Providing instructions for brand consistency by showing how to apply company colors to presentation icons.
  • Using the slide in workshops to teach non-design professionals basic graphic editing within PowerPoint.
  • Incorporating the slide within a design guideline presentation to ensure team members follow aesthetic standards for internal or external communications.

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