How to add icons in PowerPoint?
Icons may be just the thing to spice up your presentation. They are both meaningful, illustrative, and universal. The reason icons work is that they take a single concept and reduces it to a simple shape. When people see an icon, they don’t really see the symbol as much they know what it represents.
If you are using subscription PowerPoint office 365, you can see icon option as you go through the insert tab in the ribbon.
By clicking on that, you can see a list of icons if you have the Internet.
Now select the icons you like and click on the insert.
Now you can see all those chosen icons are on your slide.
You’re able to align the icons or even change the color of them.
If you’re using Office 365, the list of icons is reasonably extensive, with categories of icons for people, technology and electronics, communication, business, and so on.
But no worries, if you don’t have Office 365, I’ve provided all these icons In order and category, and you can download them easily at the bottom of this file, copy and use it in your own slides without being worry about the copyright.
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There are also some sources for icons such as:
I hope you make fantastic and professional PowerPoint slides by using these kinds of websites and enjoy them all.
Do not add extra loads on your slides
We already talked about adding images and features on your slides, but that doesn’t mean you have to use extra ones. Too many images and icons can cause distraction for the audience.
Remember that never add unnecessary extra load on memory.
Let’s take a look at Mr amateur’s slide.
So as you see here, he adds his logo, his website address, and the date on all of his slides.
The reality is that they are all unnecessary extra loads on memory that Reduces the memory’s performance.
If you see Steve Jobs’s slides, then you don’t see any of this extra information applied to his presentations.
The other kind of extra load is like this one.
You are bringing three points together in the same slide, which distracts your audience, and as you’re explaining about the first point, the audience pays attention to the others at the same time.
The true way is using standard load, which means that you should present each of these points one by one, Respectively.
In the next part, I going to show you how to add animation to your slides.