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Editability of outline icons in PowerPoint
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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint

Slide Content

This slide focuses on how to edit outline icons in PowerPoint, demonstrating with a smiley face icon as an example that you can change the outline color easily. Another option is to change the width of the icon outline by adjusting the shape weight. These changes are shown with before-and-after visuals that illustrate varying outline colors and widths to clarify the customization process.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean white background.
  • The title "Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint" is at the top in bold, large text.
  • Below the title, two separate text boxes contain instructions on how to change the outline color and width of icons.
  • The left-hand side of the slide demonstrates changing outline color with a screenshot of a color selection pane from PowerPoint.
  • Immediately below is another screenshot exhibiting the shape weight adjustment menu, indicating how to change the icon outline width.
  • On the right-hand side, there are two sets of three smiley face icons.
  • The first set shows the smiley icon in three different outline colors.
  • The second set displays the same icon with varying outline thicknesses.
  • The entire slide uses a limited color palette focusing on blue and similar hues for text and icons, contrasting with the white background.

The slide has an overall professional and instructional design, clearly separating textual instructions from visual examples. The visual elements like screenshots and icons are well-placed to create a balanced layout with ample white space, enhancing readability.

Use Cases

  • Utilized in a training or workshop to teach participants how to customize icons in PowerPoint presentations.
  • Included in a style guide presentation for a company's marketing team to ensure consistent visual branding across presentations.
  • Used in educational settings to familiarize students with PowerPoint's editing tools.
  • Presented during onboarding for new employees to quickly get them up to speed with company presentation standards.

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