If you like opaque circles on beautiful and colourful gradient backgrounds – boy are you in the right place! We have six of them. How do I love these ppt templates? Let me count the ways. Six:
- black (is black a colour? Might be a topic for a future class!)
If you like the look of one, and would like to use it in one of your future presentations, feel free to download it. Just click on the image and it will open in PowerPoint. You can then ctrl+s to save it to your computer, where you can then amend it. JobsAGoodUn.
Or right click on an image and select Save As, and then choose a location on your hard drive to save the background to.
Oh ho boy – if you like the colours of red, purple, pink, orange, green and blue, then we’ve got something good for you! These here gradient PowerPoint designs fall into those colour categories. And if you like the way that those colours transition gradually from one to the other (that’s a “gradient”), then these ppt designs will fall into the category of “red, purple, pink, orange, green and blue gradient PowerPoint backgrounds – that you like”.
What a compelling category that is.
On to business: to download any (or all) of these PowerPoint designs, just click on it’s representational image above. It will duly open up in PowerPoint, where you can amend it to your heart’s desire. Save it to your computer with a deft ctrl+s, and the work is yours eternally. Or until the next disk crash. But that’s beyond the scope of this project…
Ok peeps, here is a fantastic new PowerPoint design for you to download and use (judisciously). That means don’t republish on any other website etc etc. You know the drill.
Just right click on said design and select save as, then navigate to a location on your hard drive where you want the background to go. Bob’s your auntie’s live in lover.
Get this: we spend hours of blood sweat and tears creating 3D lightbulb backgrounds, and then some bright sparks start asking for 2 dimensional lightbulb backgrounds! Some folk are never satisfied. Anyway, ask and ye shall receive, and here are some more free lightbulb PowerPoint backgrounds.
There are a variety of luscious colours with gradients on these backgrounds. Some are quite dark though, and will require that you use some light coloured text. We knew you knew that, we just like patronising you.
As usual, each of the thumbnail images above represents a different background and clicking on one will open it up – already inserted into PowerPoint – as a template. From there, you can do what you will; amend it how you see fit and use it (or them) in your upcoming presentations.
We’ve got a stylish batch of smooth PowerPoint templates free to download, in this post. These backgrounds have got gradients galore, light and dark colours, subtle pastel shades; what more could you possibly want from PowerPoint? Oh yes, I remember, a coherent narrative for your presentation that conveys your ideas in a clear and concise manner.
Sorry, we can’t help you with that, but we can help you dress up your sorry attempts!
Surely you must know the score by now: click on an image you like (each image corresponds to a background) to open it up in PowerPoint. From there, your best bet is to press ctrl+s immediately to save the template to your computer. You can change these PowerPoints, if you wish, and use them in as many of your own presentations as you desire. Can’t say fairer than that.
If you liked these, I bet you’ll probably enjoy these other PowerPoint backgrounds, too.
Our designers seem to have picked the Halloween pumpkin head up and run with it, and have created a Halloween Witch PowerPoint Background.
This PowerPoint background has it all! A sinister looking haunted house, a mischievous witch flying on a broomstick, bats in the belfry (well, flying towards it, anyway), and even a hissing cat (can you spot it?).
Click on the image above to open up the Halloween Witch Background in PowerPoint and then you can save it to your computer. Use it as a template for your own presentation and you’ll find that every new slide you add will have this spooky background.
If you like this template, have you checked out our other Halloween offerings? Jack O’ Lantern Templates, Halloween PowerPoint Backgrounds, Halloween PPT Templates, and yet more Halloween PowerPoint Templates. They should keep you going for a while. Just don’t blame us if you scare yourself witless and can’t sleep tonight!
All those teachers who are faint of heart or of a weak disposition – turn away now! Or at least don’t download this free Halloween PowerPoint background. The image above doesn’t really do justice to the template you can download. On the downloadable template, there is a title slide and also a content slide, both of differing spooky designs – replete with text boxes (unlike the image above, duh!).
Click on the image to open up this scary Halloween background in PowerPoint, press ctrl+s to save it to your computer and then add your own content so you can use it in your own presentations. We’ve quite generously saved all the fonts we used with the template, so you don’t have to seek out and download them yourself. This leads to a bigger file size, but less work for you. Your audience never knows how big the file sizes are, so what the hell?
If you like this background, you’ll probably enjoy this pumpkin headed Halloween template and this bat infested Halloween background, too. You can download them all free, and use them in your own presentations.
Boy have we got a humdinger of a collection of Halloween PowerPoint templates to give away for free. That’s right, scare your audience witless with these spooky backgrounds. It doesn’t just stop there, either, as we intend to publish a few more Halloween backgrounds in the run up to Halloween, so stay tuned for those.
So, one background to download – for free – today, and more to come!
Because we used a scary looking font (Cartographer) in the template, and you probably won’t have it on your computer, we embedded the font in PowerPoint. This means that you won’t have to install the font on your computer yourself. We did all the hard work for you. The down side is that the file size for this PowerPoint template is huge – a whopping 2.2 MB! That in itself probably won’t be a problem, but should you want to cut down file sizes, use the link given previously to download and install the Cartographer font and then go ahead and save the template without the fonts embedded. That should reduce the file size by about, oh, 1.5 MB.
Personally, I’d keep the presentation as it is, but it’s up to you.
Halloween PowerPoint Templates – Free Download