Shapes are one of the most versatile aspects of PowerPoint graphics—and we’re not just talking about circles and triangles.
Instead of circles, think speedometers, liquid-filled spheres, crystal balls, and 3D layered shells.
Instead of triangles, think puzzle pyramids, cone diagrams, and even Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.
Whether you need shape-based imagery that’s 2D or 3D, static or animated, modern or vintage, it’s all here at Slideshop.
Here are just a few of the iconic graphics that are available in these PowerPoint templates:
Be sure to check out 12 cool things you didn’t know about PowerPoint shapes at the Slideshop blog.
** PowerPoint Presentation Tips and Tricks **
When you’re working with shapes and other objects in PowerPoint, it’s helpful to use the Align & Distribute function (found in the Draw menu). That way, you can make sure to evenly distribute objects on the page, both horizontally and vertically.