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The 3D cubes you’ll learn to make today are:
Cubes have multiple applications in a presentation. For example, take a look at the following PowerPoint slide:
We stacked the cubes and wrote on them to convey our point. You can use cubes to explain your concepts by placing them in different positions. The number of uses for the shape is limited only by your imagination.
Let us show you how to create your own 3D cube in PowerPoint:
The power of geometric shapes in explaining a concept:
Geometric shapes are used quite extensively to explain concepts. PowerPoint diagrams made using geometric shapes are intuitive and easy to understand. When created well, these PowerPoint shapes look elegant. Take a look at some interesting geometric shapes used to explain concepts:
1. Venn diagram:
Source: Venn Diagrams from 750+ Charts & Diagrams CEO Pack
Venn diagram helps your audience visualize overlapping areas, territories etc.
2. Alternative way to represent Venn diagram:
Venn diagram need not be restricted just to circles. Take a look at an interesting alternative used to explain the same idea:
3. Circular shapes to represent different views:
Take a look at the following PowerPoint Template:
This is a classic way to represent differing views.
So, the power of a geometric shape in explaining concepts rests in your hands as a presenter.
Point to note when creating a 3D cube:
The square we used to make the 3D cube was 3’’ in length. So, the depth of 200 points was adequate. When you make your 3D cube, please adjust the depth to match the length of the square.
The templates showcased in this article are from our 750+ PowerPoint Charts & Diagrams pack. You can take a look at the entire collection of diagram templates for CEOs by clicking here.
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