The Data Deck II: Retro Powerpoint Infographics

The Data Deck II: Retro Powerpoint Infographics

The Data Deck II: Retro Powerpoint Infographics - PowerPoint Templates Presentation Templates

For those who need infographics, charts, banners and icons in their presentations

The Retro Data Deck II is a handcrafted theme with custom infographic elements. Make any Powerpoint template your own by choosing one of the 20 Retro/Vintage colour palettes and one of the six included texture png files to easily customise the look and feel of your presentation. Whether you want to use bright and vibrant or a more subdued palette, there’s a colour palette and texture to suit your presentation.

Unlimited Choices

With 34 Infographic/Data Slides from 2D charts to editable infographics and icons, you can use the included Retro Infographics .ppt file as the Swiss Army knife for all your presentations whether it’s with this template or any other template. Simply copy and paste.

Easy to Use

Have the Retro Infographics file open when you’re working on your presentation and scroll through the charts, tables, icons and infographics until you find the one you want to use. Right click on the grouped object/object, select copy. Move back to your working slide, right click and select paste. Simple as that. You can change the text, the colours and the numbers to suit your presentation no matter what template you’re using.

Features

  • 34 slides containing infographics, charts and icons
  • Standard (4:3) and widescreen (16:9) layouts
  • Placeholders for text, shapes and images
  • 20 custom Retro/Vintage Colour Palettes
  • 6 distressed/retro textures
  • Custom fonts
Includes
  • Three .ppt files: The Data Deck II (standard and widescreen) and the Retro Infographics .ppt file
  • Support file

Fonts Free for commercial use font used: Fabrica by Alvin Kwan: Download Abraham Lincoln by Lost Type: Download

Images Stock images from the Preview screenshots are not included in the file due to copyright restrictions. Placeholders have been used instead, so you can easily add your own images.

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