Infographics can add a bit of visual interest to a slide. Instead of just using bolded lists or paragraph to explain concepts use an infographic.
How to Quickly Make Edits to Infographic PowerPoint Templates
I’m using the PowerPoint infographics tablet that’s available as a part of an ThemeKeeper Elements subscription. This presentation has many pre-built infographic slides that you can use to illustrate concepts. Let’s look at how to customize one of them.
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Note: In this tutorial we use the PPTx Infographics template. You can find more great PPT presentation templates on GraphicRiver or in our Ultimate Guide to the Best Microsoft PowerPoint Templates.
How to Quickly Make an Infographic in PowerPoint With a Template
Note: Watch this short tutorial screencast or follow the quick steps below, that complement this video.
1. Replace the Images in the Infographic
I’m switching to PowerPoint on one of the infographic PowerPoint slides that I’ve opened. Click on the image placeholders one at a time and drop in your own screenshots.
This quickly illustrates the app that I’m promoting in an infographic.
2. Customize the Title and Text
Next, we just need to customize the slide title and then the copy that you see here at the bottom of the slide.
3. Adjust the Slide Master
You can even switch over to the Slide Master. Click on this background shape and change the colors.
Now, we customized the slide to our very own use in just a few clicks and have a finished infographics slide that can be used in a PowerPoint presentation. Each PowerPoint infographic template will be different to customize, but these techniques will almost always apply. Just replace the placeholders with your own content.
It’s really easy to update and customize these infographic PowerPoint slides as you saw me do in this tutorial. Here’s another look at the finished infographic:
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