PowerPoint Graphics Tutorials
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In this Graphics Tutorial section, you will find the step-by-step process to generate creative business diagrams and charts in PowerPoint 2007 and 2010.
This section contains detailed tutorials for the following:
- Timelines & Roadmaps
- Bridge, Steps & Ladder Diagrams
- Elements for Diagrams
- Quick Diagram Ideas
- Visual Concepts and Metaphors
- Creative Background Ideas
- Creative Text Graphics
New Articles in this section
Timelines & Road Map Graphics
Bridge, Steps, Stairs & Ladder Diagrams
Elements for Diagrams
This section has elements that you can use to create your own diagrams like glossy ball, gear, targets etc.
Quick Diagram Ideas
Visual Concepts and Metaphors
Creative Background Ideas
Creative Text Graphics
Overview of section:
Graphics are extremely useful in PowerPoint slides. They provide an immediate professional as well as visual impact. However, when you use images or clipart, its difficult to find the exact concept or diagram that you require. For example you may need a filter which has 5 levels, but only find images with 3 levels.
These detailed PowerPoint tutorials for both 2010 and 2007 help presenters customize their slides easily. The section covers a range of how-to ideas for everthing you would need like:
- Backgrounds for bullet point text
- Filters and Funnels
- Roadmap and timeline templates
- Bridges and steps
- Process Templates
- Organization Chart / Hierarchy Diagram
- Other insightful visual concepts.
Each how-to section also provides a number of suggested ways in which you can use the diagram created. For example, with a simple pill, we show you how you can use it as a concept, as a metaphor, for created info graphics etc.
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