Learn to draw glossy Yin Yang concept diagram in PowerPoint 2010 in a matter of seconds. Watch and learn from a simple video tutorial. The symbol can be used for many different concepts.
For example, it can be used to depict seemingly opposite forces that are interdependent. It can also be used to portray pros and cons of an idea or two sides or two sides of an issue.
The symbol usually has a dot in each of the halves. A simple circle of the same color as the background placed on the circles can achieve this. So, we leave it to you to create your own variations.
The main objective of this tutorial is to show you how to create these stunning and professional shapes in PowerPoint 2010.
Uses of the symbol:Before we show you how to draw the shape, we want to show some alternative ways to represent pros and cons. The following diagrams are part of our 750+ PowerPoint Charts & Diagrams pack. The pack has over 750 unique PowerPoint diagram templates you can 'copy and paste' to create professional presentations instantly.
Source: Wheel Diagrams from CEO Pack 1
The diagram above is a much simplified version of Yin Yang symbol. We retained the glossy circular shape, but made the two halves fairly straight forward. There is space in the middle to mention your core idea.
Take a look at the variation here:
This has just the two reinforcing arrows. These arrows can be made with SmartArt. The light effects and the shadows give a professional look to your slides instantly.
The following diagram uses unique shapes to represent a two sided argument:
Source: Pros and Cons templates from CEO Pack 1
The angle of text and the shapes make the slide attractive. You can change the color of the rectangular 3D shapes by using ‘Shape Fill’ option.
If you want to convey pros and cons in a strategic presentation, here is an option:
Simple silhouettes can add a new perspective to PowerPoint Diagrams
The size of the silhouettes in the following diagram makes the text box look large and hence add importance to the points:
As you just saw, there are many ways to represent your ideas using simple diagrams.With that knowledge, let us…
In a business presentation, ‘how you say it’ is as important as ‘what you say’. Using professional diagrams adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to your communication. Since your slides stand for the brand promise and quality of your offering, it is worth the while to learn how to create high quality PowerPoint diagrams.
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