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…
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.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
and never brought to mind ?
There is the question. Hot on the heels of our first Christmassy PowerPoint background, presented here is our sexy second for Christmas. OK, we have already given you some animated snowflake backgrounds, but those are moving images and this is a still one. We know you like smoooooth gradients in the background with starkly contrasting colours for the subjects in the foreground – and that’s precisley what we’ve given you. In still image form, of course.
Just look at the gorgeous green on this background. Say no more. Just download it (click on the image above, or the link), save it to your computer (ctrl+s) and amend it to your heart’s content. You can use it in all your forthcoming presentations, free of charge. We prohibit this background’s sale and publication on other websites, however. We don’t like rapidshare, filepost, megaupload, etc etc. Just use the image for your own school/education/presentation purposes and we’ll be happy. Cross over the line into self promotion or profit, and we won’t be happy. Blah blah.
Deck the halls with boughs of holly! Fa la la la etc.
It’s now December, and you know what that means? Apart from the relentless onslaught of adverts on the TV, and the “I want” chorus of our little ones. Christmas!
Is this Christmas PowerPoint background not the epitome of Christmas? Well, the answer’s obviously yes (hold on – is that a double negative?), if you’re coming at it from a romantic “snowflakes in the night sky” perspective. But the colour gradients in this background are beautiful, so if nothing else, you do get a good looking piece of work.
Click on the image above to open up the template in PowerPoint and then save it to your hard drive with a quick ctrl+s, and Bob’s your uncle. Providing you’re using these templates and backgrounds for your own presentations and not publishing them on other sites (or selling them), the world’s your oyster. Amend the template for your own use and present away.
There will be more Christmassy PowerPoint templates coming up, and we’re actually thinking of a 12 days of Christmas theme, too. Hold on to your wooly hats for that!