Concept Slides: Two Segment Circle

Created: Friday, August 31, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



This two segmented circle can be used in your slides to explain a concept or an idea – you can also find more similar segmented circle slides. Most of these conceptual designs have been created with basic PowerPoint shapes. Also, some of them are imported from other graphic programs and converted to PowerPoint shapes. In the sample presentation that you download, you’ll find segmented circles within two separate slides — one with a picture fill, and the other with just a solid color fill. Copy these slides to your PowerPoint presentation, and change the fills and effects of individual segments as well as the thin donut shaped circle around the segment, using PowerPoint’s fills, fines, and effects. You can also try applying some animation to the circle segments.

Download and use this concept slide in your presentation.

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