Say No to Bullet Points, Make This Atom PowerPoint Slide Instead

Say No to Bullet Points, Make This Atom PowerPoint Slide Instead

By Yousef "Yoyo" Abu Ghaidah | PowerPoint Tutorials

Dec 05
Feature Image - Say No to Bullet Points Make This Atom PowerPoint Slide Instead

Feature Image - Say No to Bullet Points Make This Atom PowerPoint Slide Instead

It’s no secret that I loathe bullet points in PowerPoint, but I’ll save that rant for another post. For right now, stop using those dreadful little circles permanently. In fact, it might even be a good idea to follow this tutorial and learn how to make an atom infographic slide in PowerPoint.

I mean, let’s be real here. Would you want to have something like this?

An ugly slide featuring bullet points

Or, would you like to see something like this?

An atom infographic slide made in PowerPoint - the presentation bullet point alternative

Yeah. Thought so.

The Atom Infographic PowerPoint Tutorial

Whereas my last tutorial was a little intimidating, this one is, without doubt, the most straightforward tutorial on Slide Cow to date. All I did was take a few shapes, rotate them, place some circles on there, and then call it a day. It just goes to show that making creative slides don’t always have to be so complicated or time-consuming. You just need to think out of the box and find a path to get to that thought.

Don’t believe me? See for yourself! Watch the YouTube tutorial below and watch the magic unfold.

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When To Use the Atom Infographic

Use this slide when you have a list of points that connect to a single, central point. That way, your main point will be illustrated as the one that holds everything together.

What This PowerPoint Tutorial Will Cover

The video will teach you how to:

  • Create an atom infographic in PowerPoint by using shapes and rotation techniques
  • Correlate your use of color to your information (to make you look all important and stuff).
  • Reinforce whatever theme you made with the appropriate fonts, colors, and text.

A Note About The Icons

If you don’t know how to bring fully editable icons into your PowerPoint slides, then check out this tutorial that will teach you how to do just that!

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About the Author

Yousef "Yoyo" Abu Ghaidah is a PowerPoint ninja that founded Slide Cow, a learning platform for all things PowerPoint, presentations and public speaking. When he's not designing slides or giving presentations, he's on another coffee run.

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Mischa February 19, 2018

Great stuff, thanks! 🙂

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Yousef "Yoyo" Abu Ghaidah February 19, 2018

Any time, mischa!

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