If anything besides text boxes is common in a PowerPoint presentation, it's a chart. The chart is the first thing that comes to the presenter's mind as soon as he starts thinking about a presentation.
The secret of the popularity of charts in PowerPoint presentations lies in their ability to showcase boring statistical data in an interesting, visual form—without the presenter needing to waste too much time and effort!
There are four main types of PowerPoint charts on this category: graphs, matrix charts, pie charts, data-driven charts, and organizational charts. Each of them is intended to present a certain type of data. PowerPoint graphs are mostly used to compare data and numbers. Pie charts effectively give an overview of the total proportions of given factors, such as share of each product in sales, share of cost for each department, etc. SlideShop offers variety in all of these chart types, and many of them are in 3D. Moreover, data-driven charts in this category will make it even easier to apply your data to the chart. You can present your data in graphical form by simply entering information into the Excel spreadsheet embedded in the chart.
Browse through the Charts category and find out what best suits your data.