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Fully Editable Icons: Style and Color Customization
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Fully editable icons: Style and color customization

Slide Content

The slide showcases the customization of icons in a PowerPoint presentation, specifically focused on style and color changes. An example is provided using a trash bin icon, which is transformed from a standard blue color to a customized brown shade with just a few clicks. The text explains that colors can automatically adjust to a new color scheme when copying and pasting between presentations, but they can also be changed manually or by using PowerPoint’s Quick Styles, which simplifies the process of icon customization. It suggests adding reflection or other visual effects for enhancement.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is light with a subtle gradient.
  • A large, bold title at the top in dark text.
  • Two sets of icons, before and after customization, positioned at the top and bottom left.
  • The icons are trash bins with a stylized design. The first set shows a blue bin and the second set shows the same bin in a customized brown shade.
  • Arrows pointing from the blue bin to the brown bin, indicating the change process.
  • A text box with a description of the customization process on the right-hand side.
  • Drop shadows and reflections underneath each of the trash bin icons to give a sense of depth.

The slide is visually simple and clean, using iconography and directional arrows to convey the ease of customization. It employs a professional layout with a consistent color palette and is geared towards demonstrating functionality.

Use Cases

  • Presenting the features of a software tool that allows for icon customization to potential users or stakeholders.
  • Educational slides for a training session on how to create visually engaging PowerPoint presentations.
  • Demonstrating the adaptability of presentation materials during a brand or design guideline workshop.
  • Showing before-and-after scenarios in a marketing pitch for design services.

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