Concept Slides: Eight Segment Circle

Created: Saturday, September 29, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



As part of our segment circles series, we bring you this 8 segment circle graphic that you can use to effectively explain any idea in your presentation that comprises 8 components/elements. 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, we used all 8 pictures related to food. Similarly, when you use this 8 segment circle in your presentation, try to use pictures that are related to each other.

  

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