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Outlined venn diagram for four categories and common part
from deck Outline Diagrams - Ultimate Deck for Visual Presentations (PPT graphics)

Outlined Venn Diagram – 4 Categories and Common Part

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide presents an "Outlined Venn Diagram – 4 Categories and Common Part," illustrating the intersections and relationships between four distinct categories (A, B, C, and D) and their commonalities. Each category is represented by a circle with a unique color—blue, green, purple, and orange—and labeled with a corresponding capital letter. The central overlapped area is highlighted, signifying the common part shared among all categories, which emphasizes the intersection of ideas or elements being presented.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is white, giving a clean and minimalistic feel to the presentation.
  • The slide title is at the top, in a large, bold, sans-serif font, with a teal underline for emphasis.
  • A large Venn diagram dominates the center of the slide, made up of four overlapping outlined circles, each in a different color: blue, green, purple, and orange.
  • Each circle of the Venn diagram is connected to a corresponding text box by a solid colored line and a circular bullet point.
  • The text boxes, one for each category (A, B, C, D), are placed around the diagram, and each contains placeholder text labeled "Your sample text here."
  • On the right side of the slide, there is an additional text box with a bold heading "COMMON PART" beside an outlined thumbs-up icon in orange.
  • The common part of the Venn diagram, the overlapping section, is filled with a darker shade, capturing attention and standing out from the outlined circles.

The visual composition is clean and structured, with a harmonious balance of color-coding and text placeholders that clearly indicate where the user should add content. The outlined circles in the Venn diagram and the bold color choices draw the eye and make the common elements easily identifiable.

Use Cases

  • To explain how different business units or project teams intersect in their functions or responsibilities within an organization.
  • For showcasing the overlap of skills or competencies among different employees or departments.
  • In a marketing presentation to demonstrate the shared attributes or target demographics between various product lines.
  • To facilitate strategic planning sessions where identifying common goals or areas of synergy is essential for collaboration across diverse groups.

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