Concept Slides: Segment Square

Created: Wednesday, October 3, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



As part of our Segment Polygons series, we bring you this Segment Square slide: a square divided into four equal triangles emerging from its center. Use this Segment Square in your presentation to illustrate a concept with four categories or sub-sections ā€“ or even a variation of the classic four square matrix. Each individual segment is a separate shape that can be filled in with a picture, a gradient, a solid fill, or any of the other PowerPoint fill types. In the example shown in the download presentation, we used all four pictures related to fauna. Use this Segment Squares graphic in your presentation and share your feedback with us!

  

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