PowerPoint Concept Slides: Segment Hexagon

Created: Saturday, October 6, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



A hexagon is a polygon with six equal sides – our Segment Hexagon graphic contains 6 equal triangles. This concept slide is a part of our Segment Polygons series, which provides several other segmented polygons for you to use. This Segment Hexagon graphic can be used to depict a “six-in-one” or “one-for-six” theory or relationship. In the example slide, we have used pictures of flowers to fill all six segments of the hexagon – try and use pictures that have a common theme to achieve synergy in your slide’s message. Each individual segment is a separate shape, so you can edit it as required using the shape editing options in PowerPoint.

  

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