October 25, 2016

Where Did That File Go? – Managing Your PowerPoint Slide Library


At the office:

Jens: “Say, didn’t we have that one template… with a diagram and multiple arrows? The one that was perfect for visualizing processes?”

Suzanne: “I know which one you’re talking about but I have no idea where it is. Why don’t you ask Henry, he’s the one that downloaded it, right?

Jens: “Nah, I’ll just keep looking for it…”

Jens: “Darn, I can’t find it! Do you have Henry’s office extension?”

Suzanne: “Oops, I just remembered …he’s on vacation.”


Sound familiar? This scenario plays out every day in businesses across the country.

Everyone knows that one template with the perfect diagram in the right colors and with the company logo, but where did it go? Somehow it got lost amidst thousands of other files.
This often means separate elements that make a corporate identity (see also style guide) now have to be recreated or picked out from different documents and restructured into a PowerPoint presentation.

Would you like to avoid this scenario? Would you like to breathe easier knowing that your next project or presentation won’t be a design disaster?

Slide library as solution for corporate design

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Let us allow you and your team to focus on the content of the presentation rather than the design.

So the next time Jens asks for a specific template or diagram, everyone will know where to find it and its back to business as usual.

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