Businessman Silhouettes for PowerPoint – 04

Created: Wednesday, May 30, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



When you are presenting to international audiences, using a picture that distinctly shows a human being of one race may not work too well. People silhouettes are the best options for such situations since they keep the entire look neutral. Here are some businessman silhouettes that are ready to use within your PowerPoint presentation slides. Within the downloaded presentation, you will see these silhouettes on two separate slides, in two color variations: black and white. You can edit these clip art silhouettes further as needed, using PowerPoint’s fills, lines, and effects.

Copy the silhouettes graphics (clip arts) of your choice from the downloaded presentation, and paste them into your PowerPoint presentation slides. All these silhouette graphics can be used and customized with Shape Styles just like any other PowerPoint shape. You can also paste them into a Word document, an Excel worksheet, or any other program.

Download and use this presentation.

Categories: graphics, powerpoint, presentation_samples

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