2 Website Design PowerPoint Templates

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Automoe Transportation PowerPoint Template
Automoe - Transportation PowerPoint Template Flat, Clean, Minimalist, Elegant and Flexible Presentation Template. Designed to match professional business scope with various infographics topics you can choose such as, Creative Agency, Company Profile, Corporate and Business, Portfolio, Photography, Pitch Deck, Startup, and also can be used for Personal Portfolio.Main Features
  • 30+ Unique Slides
  • 80+ XML Files Ms Office Theme Colors
  • All graphics resizable and editable
  • Used and recommended free web fonts
  • Based on Master Slides
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • Light & Dark Version
  • Fully Animated
  • Drag and Drop Ready
  • Free Support
Note: All Image Stocks not included . But if you need information about these image stocks, feel free to contact me.
Last updated: 11.01.22
Webproject Proposal PowerPoint template
Instructions for useIn order to use this template, you must credit to author and templatemonster.com in your final presentation and include links to both websites.You are allowed to:- Modify this template.- Use it for both personal and commercial projects.You are not allowed to:- Sublicense, sell or rent any of slides Content (or a modified version of it).- Offer Slide templates (or modified versions of Slide templates) for download.- Acquire the copyright of SlideUSING IT:You can add and edit some infographics to your presentation to present your data in a visual way.Choose your favourite infographic and insert it in your presentation using Ctrl C + Ctrl V or Cmd C + Cmd V in Mac.Select one of the parts and ungroup it by right-clicking and choosing “Ungroup”.Change the color by clicking on the paint bucket.Then resize the element by clicking and dragging one of the square-shaped points of its bounding box (the cursor should look like a double-headed arrow). Remember to hold Shift while dragging to keep the proportions.Group the elements again by selecting them, right-clicking and choosing “Group”.Repeat the steps
Last updated: 26.02.21