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Gear Diagrams for PowerPoint

This 16 slide Gear Diagrams for PowerPoint contains assorted illustrations of human stick figures and gears in various positions. The collection also includes animated graphics to help you put together an impressive presentation in minutes. Download these editable vector diagrams for instant use.

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SKU:V-018

Availability: In stock

$29.99
$29.99

PowerPoint Gear Images

Gears represent motion, teamwork and technology. This 16 slide gear diagram template includes illustrations of gears in attractive colors. Slide numbers 6, 12, 13 and 17 feature animated graphics. The collection is ideal for creating presentations illustrating cooperation, connection, exchange, workforce and invention. The diagrams could also be used to show working together or when things run like clockwork or in presentations involving machinery, industrial designs, metal design, watches or wheels. Take advantage of the fully editable features of this template to create a custom PowerPoint presentation in minutes. *

Product Features & Benefits:

  • Fully editable customizable PowerPoint slides
  • Range of layout options that are easy to edit
  • Easy to change colors, shadows, fonts, text and backgrounds
  • Design elements can be added, modified or deleted
  • Better than Clip Art: Using elements created in PowerPoint gives flexibility to design.
  • When you download a PowerPoint Slide product from 24point0 - You have a professional team behind the product. Our team can also help you customize your slides and make your presentation look polished. Contact us to find out more about our PowerPoint customization services.

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Product Specs 3D, Static, Data Driven
Slide Count 11 - 20 Slides
Additional Specs Version 2007 and above

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