Clean Charts in PowerPoint


Clean Charts in PowerPoint

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The biggest bane of charts seen on PowerPoint slides is that they are too crowded, include too much detail that’s much more than what audiences want, and have so little white space. By white space of course, we don’t just mean space that is colored white – rather we mean empty, breathing space. If we had to sum up what we need in two words, those words would be “clean charts”.

Learn about some guidelines to create clean charts in PowerPoint.

Categories: charting, design, powerpoint, tutorials




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