Japan Map
$35.99

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This ready-to-use 16 slide PPT template of Japan features the outline map of Japan highlighting capital city Tokyo, a flag themed map and business data driven slides. Create your presentation effortlessly by altering the editable components of the slide. Download for instant use.

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SKU: CM-022

 

$35.99
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This editable PowerPoint template of Japan Map contains slides featuring political map, a country map showing prefecture capitals, major cities and Japanese flag themed map. The collection also includes separate regional maps for Hokkaido, Tohoku, Chubu, Kanto, Kansai, Chugoku, Shikoku, Kyushu and Okinawa.

Our maps come with editable features and scalable images that can be resized to fit into Word documents and PDFs as well. Data and graphics can be easily added as shown in sample slides. Regions can be re-colored, fonts changed, text added and images inserted to customize these maps for your specific requirement.

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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SKU CM-022
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