PowerPoint and Presenting Stuff

Concept Slides: Triangle Cycle

This is a triangle formed out of three small triangular shapes that overlap each other — it successfully denotes a process or cycle within the constrains of a triangle and works great for any sequential process that has three steps or concepts. It also works great to illustrate three concepts that work together, thus creating a sort of triangular matrix. Text can be superimposed on all individual shapes and each shape can be filled with PowerPoint’s fills.

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