Use part-filled icons for quick infographics
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September 8, 2021
If your document needs to present simple numbers or stats to people, then an infographic style can really help to get that information across. Here’s one idea you can use: part-filled icons to represent percentages or fractions.
You can create this right in PowerPoint – no special tools needed.
There are a few different formats you could use, according to the style of your deck.
You don’t have to use icons, you could use PowerPoint shapes such as arrows, chevrons, or triangles. Just pick an image that your readers will easily connect to your content.
Sometimes when you convert an icon to a shape, it becomes multiple objects and the gradient fill will apply to each part separately and looks wrong. To fix that:
Now the gradient will apply to the whole icon as a single object.