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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint
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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint

Slide Content

The slide provides guidelines on how to properly edit outline icons in PowerPoint. It compares recommended practices ("Do") versus actions to avoid ("Don't"). The "Do" section advises changing the outline color of the icon easily and altering the icon's outline width by adjusting shape weight, promoting customization without loss of clarity. Conversely, the "Don't" section warns against filling the icons with color, which may hinder readability, and using excessively thick lines that can make icons indecipherable.

Graphical Look

  • The slide title is in large bold text at the top center of the slide.
  • Two sections are present: to the left is the "Do" section, highlighted by a turquoise rectangular banner, and to the right is the "Don't" section, denoted by a red rectangular banner.
  • Four icons are placed in the center of the slide, two under each section, with annotations explaining the editing tips.
  • The "Do" icons are colored with gradient fills where the editing tips are properly applied.
  • The "Don't" icons exhibit examples of poor editing with too much color fill and thick lines.
  • Beneath each icon, short explanatory texts in small font size provide guidance about the demonstrated editing techniques.
  • The icons are simple documents with lines representing text.

The slide's overall look is clean and well-organized, using contrasting colors to differentiate between good and bad practices. The use of symbols and brief text annotations makes the information accessible and easy to understand.

Use Cases

  • To train employees on how to effectively use PowerPoint for presentations.
  • During workshops on improving presentation skills, focusing on visual design principles.
  • In corporate design or branding sessions to ensure consistent use of icons across company materials.
  • As part of a style guide for creating internal or external presentation materials.

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