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Horizontal Progress Indicators – Highlighted Sections
from deck Meeting Outline Agenda & Sections Indicators (PPT Template)

Horizontal Progress Indicators – Highlighted Sections

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide presents a concept of "Horizontal Progress Indicators," where sections of a process are highlighted to depict different phases of progression. It contains six variations of a horizontal chart with sections labeled from "Section 1" to "Section 6." Each variation highlights a different section in green to indicate the current phase of the progression. For example, the first row highlights "Section 1," progressing down the rows to the last one, which highlights "Section 6," showing a completed sequence.

Graphical Look

  • The slide's background is white, creating a neutral canvas for the content.
  • There are six horizontal progress indicator graphics, each presenting a series of outlined rectangles labeled "Section 1" through "Section 6."
  • Every row follows a consistent sequence, but each has a different section highlighted in green to signify progress.
  • The highlighted section in each row is filled with a green color, with the rest of the rectangles remaining as outlines.
  • The slide uses a sans-serif font for text labeling of sections and titles, which enhances readability.
  • A green checkmark icon is positioned above the first variation, serving as a starting point symbol.
  • A small, folded-corner note styled element at the top right of the slide hints at a customizable feature.

The overall visual composition is clean, orderly, and effective for displaying progression. The use of color highlights to indicate progression through sections is an intuitive way to present project status or steps in a process.

Use Cases

  • To visually represent project milestones and current progress during status meetings or project reviews.
  • For illustrating stages in product development or service implementation in client or stakeholder presentations.
  • To explain the workflow or step-by-step process in educational or training environments.
  • As a component of interactive reports or dashboards where sections light up as progress is made.

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