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Editability of outline icons in PowerPoint
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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide titled "Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint" provides instructions for customizing icons. It explains that the outline color of an icon can be easily changed, demonstrating this with a screenshot of the color selection palette from PowerPoint. It also covers how to change the width of the icon outline by adjusting the shape weight, complemented by a dropdown menu showing different line thickness options. Additionally, the slide visually illustrates the results of these customizations with before-and-after icon examples.

Graphical Look

  • The title "Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint" is prominently displayed at the top center of the slide.
  • Two instructional blocks of text are located on the left side:
  • The first block, highlighted in blue, reads "You can change outline color of the icon easily:"
  • The second block states "Or change width of the icon outline by changing shape weight:"
  • Two sets of icons are displayed on the right side to demonstrate the modifications:
  • The top set shows an icon with its outline color changed from black to purple.
  • The bottom set shows the same icon with different outline widths, with the change in width highlighted by the transition from thin to thicker outlines.
  • Two screenshots from PowerPoint are inserted beside each instructional block to visually represent the steps:
  • The upper screenshot features the PowerPoint shape outline color selection menu.
  • The lower screenshot shows the menu for changing line weight.
  • The slide background is white, with a subtle shadow effect behind the text and image blocks, adding a slight 3D effect.

The slide has a clean and professional appearance with a balanced layout. The visual elements are arranged in a way that guides the viewer's eye from the instructional text to the corresponding graphical examples.

Use Cases

  • To train employees on how to customize graphics in corporate presentations for consistency with brand guidelines.
  • During workshops or webinars targeting PowerPoint users looking to enhance their presentation design skills.
  • In instructional content for educational courses focusing on presentation software proficiency.
  • When providing step-by-step guidelines for modifying visual elements within a presentation to harmonize with event themes or company colors.

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