If you like the colour blue and you like rings, it must be your birthday and Christmas all rolled into one day today. And if you like PowerPoint backgrounds then throw in Easter Sunday too. Put them all together and what have you got? Blue 3D rings PowerPoint backgrounds.
Our designers have already created some PowerPoint backgrounds with 3D rings on them, but you know what they are like. A perseverative dog with a bone.
There are 12 gorgeous 3D ring backgrounds to download for free here, so take your pick (or take all of them). You are free to use them in your own presentations but you can’t sell them or republish them on another website.
Click on an image you like and it will open that background, already formatted for you, in PowerPoint. Use ctrl + s to save it to your computer, and Bob’s your auntie’s live in lover. You can then amend the template (for that is what it is) to your heart’s content.
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These PowerPoint backgrounds with 3d rings are superb, if we say so ourselves. They are colourful, some are shiny, they have just the right perspective. And they’re FREE!
There are twelve 3d ring PowerPoint backgrounds that you can avail yourselves of published right here. You don’t need to sweat over your own graphics program, or even create something within PowerPoint itself – because we’ve done all the hard work for you.
Simply peruse this batch of glorious backgrounds, pick one – or all – background you like, click on it to open it in PowerPoint and you are away. Don’t forget to save it to your computer with a ctrl +s and then start adding your own content.
You can use these backgrounds in as many presentations as you like – just don’t redistribute them elsewhere (like burning to CDs and selling them or republishing them on other websites). Das ist verboten!
Following on from the success of our 3D rings PowerPoint backgrounds, we are proud to present: our illustrious Circle Segments PowerPoint Backgrounds. Our designers got hold of a 3D ring, sliced it up into different segments and then made the segments have different heights and colours. Muy facile! Not.
Each 3D segment is a different colour, and each picture is shot from a different angle. The later images use a wide lens to get more in.
To open up a background in PowerPoint, left click on it. You can then save the template to your computer, where you can amend it for your upcoming presentations.
3D rings are always a popular choice for PowerPoint backgrounds, so you can bet your last five pence that there will be more along soon!
With these snazzy new PowerPoint backgrounds, our designers symbolise “sequential progression in a cyclical process”. Cerebral, or what? To see this better, click on a background to open it up in PowerPoint, press F5 to actually start the presentation (or click Slide Show > From Beginning) and press enter to advance to the next slide. You can see that the ring segment that is coloured progresses around the ring. Sort of like a sequential progression. In a cyclical process.
Well, it made sense when our designers told me!
We have a variety of yummy colours for you to choose from. Click on a background to open up its template in PowerPoint and then add your content to it, ready for the awe inspiring presentation you have to deliver tomorrow. What, you didn’t get the memo??
You can save the template to your computer for future use.