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How to change diagrams

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide titled "How to change diagrams" instructs on modifying diagram elements and highlights the ease of customization. It outlines simple procedures like adding, removing, and duplicating elements within a diagram, which are essential skills for shaping presentations to fit specific requirements. The slide emphasizes that the components are fully editable, with suggestions to resize while holding the Shift key to maintain element proportions. Each instruction is exemplified through a sequential timeline of years, indicating the ongoing nature of updates and modifications over time.

Graphical Look

  • Two columns separated by a vertical timeline with circle connectors indicating years from 2014 to 2019.
  • The left column has a subheading "Add, Remove, Duplicate elements" in bold, dark text.
  • Each year on the timeline connects to a different styled text box with a chevron pattern, mimicking a flag or banner.
  • Text boxes contain placeholder text such as "TITLE" and "Place your text here."
  • The right column features a larger banner with the phrase "Fully editable" and an additional box with the text "Resize with Shift, to keep proportions."
  • Colors vary across text boxes, including shades of turquoise, orange, and purple.
  • The slide employs a combination of flat design and subtle shadows giving a sense of depth to the elements.

The overall look of the slide is clean and modern, with a vibrant color palette designed to capture attention. The timeline and corresponding text boxes create a clear visual path, guiding the viewer through the sequence of actions related to customizing diagrams.

Use Cases

  • To train employees on how to modify company presentations to keep content up-to-date.
  • During workshops or webinars where the audience needs to learn PowerPoint or graphic design skills.
  • In instructional materials for courses that teach presentation design or software usage.
  • As part of a company's template documentation to ensure brand consistency across presentations.

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