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.
It has been rumoured (not by me) that our designers are a cerebral lot, and it’s well known that chess is a game played by intellectuals. You might make the intellectual leap/assumption that our designers are all brainy because they have created a plethora of chess PowerPoint backgrounds.
Don’t be fooled.
They are attention seekers, they know that you play chess, and so they created a selection of beautiful chess backgrounds. That’s all there is to it.
And, of course, they do have obvious talent when it comes to creating stunning PowerPoint backgrounds. If Garry Kasparov had said these words, we would have been over the moon: there are no better backgrounds than those published by powerpoint-backgrounds.net. Garry didn’t actually say that, but we wish he had. That would have been fantastic.
But here we are with 12 luxury PowerPoint backgrounds to download – how do we do that? You know the drill when it comes to downloading our backgrounds: click on an image you like and it will open up the presentation/template in PowerPoint – then save it to your PC. From there you can add your own text and amend the template how you like. It’s up to you.
We’ve got some absolutely beautiful PowerPoint backgrounds for you in this post. Dark backgrounds with seducing colours in the foreground. Straight lines that fashion sensuous curves – that kind of thing. It’s amazing how you can give the illusion of “curves” with just a bunch of straight lines.
Some of the dark backgrounds are actually gradients, whereas others are solid black. With them being so dark, you are better off using a light colour for your text so that it provides sharp contrast. But you knew that.
If you click on any of the thumbnail images above, it will open the corresponding presentation in PowerPoint. You can amend it there and then for your own presentation, or you can save it to your computer for future use. And they’re all 100% FREE!
Stay tuned for more seductive PowerPoint backgrounds.