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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint
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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint

Slide Content

The slide presents guidelines for editing outline icons within PowerPoint. It suggests that changing the outline color or adjusting the width of the icon's outline is advisable; these modifications are depicted with successive changes in color and line width of the same icon to illustrate the impact. Conversely, it advises against giving outline icons a color fill, and using excessively thick lines, as these practices can detract from the icon's readability, demonstrated with examples that show decreased clarity.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean white background.
  • The title "Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint" is prominently displayed at the top in large, bold text.
  • Two sets of comparison instructions "Do" and "Don't" are placed on colorful parallelogram shapes in teal and red, respectively.
  • Below each instruction is a set of three icons that illustrate the positive and negative recommendations, with changes reflected in the icons' appearance.
  • The left side of the slide shows two snippets of PowerPoint interface elements, indicating where changes to icons can be made.
  • Arrows point from the text instructions to the corresponding icons, creating a visual connection between the direction and its outcome.
  • Each icon variation is distinct in its color and outline thickness, providing a clear contrast between acceptable and discouraged editing practices.

The slide uses a balanced mix of text, graphical interface elements, and icons to convey do's and don'ts for icon editing. It strikes a professional and instructional tone, suitable for educational purposes.

Use Cases

  • Teaching a workshop or course on effective PowerPoint presentations and visual design techniques.
  • Onboarding new staff members who need to create or update company presentations.
  • Providing instructional materials for a team tasked with standardizing company presentations.
  • During a webinar or online video tutorial series focusing on proficiency in PowerPoint skills.

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