Our Microsoft PowerPoint Graphics are the best in the business, and with good reason. Not only are you getting amazing charts, graphics and icons, but each one is fully customizable and built natively in PowerPoint to give you the fullest amount of control over the look and feel of each template. But which templates are our most popular among the over 9000 graphics to choose from? These are the five categories of graphics that see the most downloads.
Sometimes you just need a quick symbol for whatever PowerPoint project you’re working on right now, and our Icons category has a lot for you to choose from. Anything from status icons, to locks, to calendars are available here, most of which are on slide sets like the one pictured above.
Each one of these is changeable. You can change the color, size, or shape of the graphic and even adjust text or numbers that might appear on it. These icons may ultimately be small, but they can give your presentations the extra bit of polish you’re looking for.
Not only are these graphics customizable, but in some cases they’re even animated. You’ve never seen PowerPoint animations look this good. While you can add animations to any of our PowerPoint graphics, these come built in to show gears spinning, scales tipping, plants sprouting, and more. These slides are definitely meant to wow.
Clip art may have gotten a bad rap over the years, but clearly those against it haven’t tried our PowerPoint graphics. (A lot of people seem more than pleased to download these graphics, anyway.) This category runs the gamut of customizable PowerPoint images: magic eight balls, award ribbons, chess pieces, tablets, and on and on.
Again, it’s important to see that in most cases no detail is so small that you can’t edit it. You really can take something as simple-looking as clip art and get exactly what you want out of it!
When the time comes, your graphics need to get down to business. One of the quintessential ways to do that is with a flow chart. They are one of the more versatile ways to educate someone on a process. You can show a linear movement of steps, a cyclical rotation of steps or group of steps, or even a proliferation of steps or information through a chain of command. We have over 600 flow charts to choose from, and you can bet we’ve got one that fits your needs, especially since you can work your own magic on any of them to customize it just the way you want.
Infographics are, by definition, a way to visually represent data. Since data comes in all different shapes and sizes, it’s important to have a variety of infographic templates so you can find the best way to translate that data to a learner. Timelines, comparisons, population counters, cross sections. We’ve got a lot to choose from!
While these are our most popular categories, our PowerPoint Graphics Library is expansive. It’s got backgrounds, maps, puzzles, and just about every kind of chart or diagram imaginable. Which category is your favorite? Let us know how you would use these graphics in the comments!