Circular diagrams are very popular, and you probably tried various SmartArt cycle flow diagrams in your presentations. This tip shows how to create an excellent presentation using an unconventional type of circular four steps diagram.
To illustrate the complex organizational structure, you might think about using a Jigsaw puzzle. At first glance, pieces of the Jigsaw puzzle look extremely complex, but this isn't true, and you will need a few simple steps to create an impressive Jigsaw puzzle chart.
Currently, templates with Jigsaw puzzles are very popular on the Internet. Some of them are pretty expensive, but creating your own Jigsaw puzzle piece won't take a lot of time.
PowerPoint proposes a lot of predefined SmartArt graphics, which can help create your perfect presentation. Sure, all predefined graphics can be modified, but some modifications don't work correctly. This tip shows simple steps that can help you to modify SmartArt graphics.
If you want to stress the cyclic nature in a diagram, schema or chart will be useful to create circling arrows or arrows in a circle and use them for the background picture.
PowerPoint proposes several predefined features for circular diagrams, such as SmartArt, and you can find plenty of them on the Internet. However, it is easy to create your own diagram to give your presentation a professional look.
If you create a diagram, graphic, or even flow chart with cyclic procedures, you can use predefined SmartArt graphics, but the Cycle diagrams set is very limited. Moreover, modification of SmartArt graphics is not easy, and sometimes you will spend a lot of time on even trivial changes. So, it is easier to create your own arrows in a circle diagram if you want to add a fresh look to your presentation.
3D effects for your presentation help to make it more visually appealing. This tip shows you how to replace boring numbered lists with 3D cubes.