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Independent tests indicate Microsoft PowerPoint users can make better slides faster: loops up to 6x faster and design tasks up to 10x faster when using Design Toolbars. Saving you and your company time and money.
One-click slide design tools make every slide in your presentation deck visually consistent which allows your audience to focus on the main message. Providing professionalism and credibility while reinforcing your brand identity.
We give you and the team one-click slide design tools to create your own client-ready slides, reducing the need for internal or external Microsoft PowerPoint specialists.
Design Toolbars’ automated layouts promote structured thinking, allowing you and your team to concentrate on the message and content instead of worrying about how a slide looks.
Design Toolbars extend the functionality of PowerPoint through pre-formatted one-click objects, charts, tables and assets not available in native PowerPoint. It's an add in for Microsoft 365—therefore no new learning for users (and every chart contains its own Excel spreadsheet).
Mathias Juhl-Hansen, Head of Comm Finance, Strat M&A | Matas
Chevrons for a process flow are evenly spaced across the slide and text box and formatted bullets added below.
Percentage circles are full circle progress charts which can be used to highlight categories with room for a bullet list below.
One-click to align and arrange inserted images on a slide! Add text below as a colored title and a bullet list below.
Building a table style text slide with pre-formatted horizontal row headers and text. Title can be added to identify column content.
Project activities and progress are easily visualized in a schedule with formatted task and timeline objects.
Data in a Stacked chart is arranged vertically to emphasize the variation of change in mixture over time.
The Mekko chart is a 100% chart that analyzes multiple data series against the X and Y axes.
Stacked bar charts illustrate comparisons among items while emphasizing the relationship of parts (data series value) to the whole (bar total value).
Multiple charts per page create a dashboard for data and insights. Microsoft charts can be updated with one-click to Design Toolbars style and formatting.
Kurt Levin, Director, Revenue Intelligence | Cortado Group
The value chain visualizes business activities involved to create a product. Analysis of the value chain can determine where costs can may be reduced.
A simple waterfall chart can display changes in revenue or profit between time periods. A complex waterfall helps in understanding cumulative values.
Table content can be copied directly from Excel! By default, shading of alternate rows will help your audience follow the alignment across the table.
Cluster bar charts display quantitative data as it changes over time or to illustrate comparisons among items for a given data series, or multiple series.
Pie and donut charts are a visual representation of all parts of a whole. They're back!
And perfectly formatted bullet points for more detail and harvey balls to convey the project status.
Horizontal charts display quantitative data as it changes over time or comparison. Due to their orientation, bar and series labels can be more legible.
A perfectly formatted table with the option of more columns and rows. Shading of rows helps connect the data horizontally.
Flipping the alternate row shading to thin lines gives more of a light feel. Re-colored headings to match your branding.
Kirstin Hunter, Managing Director |Techstars
Design Toolbars have been crafted based on what we know analysts and consultants need help with most when designing client-ready slides in Microsoft PowerPoint.
After long careers at management consultancy Bain & Company, and rolling out the Bain Toolbox, we saw that all business professionals needed access to ease-of-use graphics tools designed to increase slide design productivity.
Invaluable for all users of Microsoft PowerPoint. Very valuable for your business.