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Vertical Navigation Bar Sets – Highlighted Meeting Sections
from deck Meeting Outline Agenda & Sections Indicators (PPT Template)

Vertical Navigation Bar Sets – Highlighted Meeting Sections

Slide Content

The slide showcases various vertical navigation bar sets designed to highlight different sections of a meeting. Each set consists of six labeled circles, vertically aligned, with one circle highlighted in a different color to indicate the current section. This format provides a clear visual queue for tracking progress through the meeting agenda. The highlighted number in each set is different, illustrating how you might progress through the sections. This visualization supports maintaining focus on current topics and provides a roadmap for the meeting.

Graphical Look

  • The slide's background is white, giving it a clean and neutral backdrop.
  • Six vertical sets of numbered circles are displayed, each with a slightly different arrangement by highlighting a respective circle using a distinct color (blue, green, orange, or red).
  • Each circle is outlined in a light grey color, with the number in the center in a darker grey, except for the highlighted circle which is solid and colored.
  • The colors are vibrant and distinct, making it easy to differentiate between the highlighted sections.
  • To the right-hand side, there is a grey arrow with text "Copy indicator set you need to your slide" suggesting to take an action.
  • The use of consistent shapes (circles), alignment (vertical), and coloring creates a uniform and organized appearance.

The overall look of the slide is clean and professional, with a simple yet effective use of color to draw attention to the highlighted sections. The visual arrangement aids in understanding the concept of progressing through different topics or sections during a presentation or meeting.

Use Cases

  • To visually guide participants through the agenda of a meeting, workshop, or conference.
  • As part of a presentation to indicate the current section while referencing back to previous topics.
  • In instructional or educational settings to represent the flow of a lesson plan or module segments.
  • During webinars or virtual training sessions to navigate through the content and keep viewers engaged with the progression.

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