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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint
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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint

Slide Content

The slide provides guidance on how to edit outline icons in PowerPoint. It offers a "Do" and "Don't" approach, with the "Do" section explaining that users can easily change the outline color of an icon or adjust the icon outline width by modifying the shape weight. These items are intended to show viewers how to customize icons to fit their presentation design seamlessly. The "Don't" section cautions against giving outline icons a color fill and using a line weight that's too thick, as it can make the icon unreadable, emphasizing the importance of maintaining visual clarity.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a white background with a large, bold title at the top in black font.
  • Two colored rectangular shapes serve as labels, with "Do" in a blue rectangle and "Don't" in a red rectangle, indicating correct and incorrect procedures.
  • Below the "Do" label, there are two sets of magnifying glass icons illustrating the change of outline color and width, accompanied by two text boxes with explanations.
  • Under the "Don't" label, there are two magnifying glass icons showing the undesired effects of color fill and thick outline, also with explanatory text.
  • Arrows point from the explanatory text to the respective icons, visually connecting the instructions with the examples.
  • The slide utilizes shades of grey for text boxes and illustrates the effects on icons using a teal color for positive examples and orange for negative examples.

The slide uses contrasting colors to clearly differentiate between recommended practices and common mistakes. It utilizes a clean and professional design with icons and demonstrative visual aids to enhance understanding.

Use Cases

  • During a training session or workshop to teach participants how to effectively use PowerPoint to create visually appealing presentations.
  • As part of an instructional guide on presentation design for employees or team members who are frequently involved in creating PowerPoint slides.
  • In a best practices document for design standards within a company, to ensure consistency across all presentations produced by various departments.
  • During a webinar focusing on tips and tricks for enhancing the visual impact of presentations using PowerPoint's editing tools.

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