You may be wondering what the dials in these PowerPoint backgrounds are for. Well, they are for measuring the brain activity of our talented PowerPoint designers. One for each brain cell. Maybe choosing 3 dials was a little optimistic…
Anyway, just think of what kind of subject matter you could use these templates for. Maybe the dials are compasses and you want to give your shipwrecked and marooned comrades a little motivational presentation? Hold on, they look a little like watches, don’t they? So if your spouse’s time triggered OCD’s have reached a new level and you want to trigger a new episode with a presentation about time keeping, these backgrounds will be right up your street. We can supply a whole bunch of extra timepieces if required.
You know the drill: click on an image to open up that background in PowerPoint and press ctrl + s immediately to save it to your hard drive. Amend them to your heart’s content and dish them up in future OCD/shipwrecked motivation presentations.
Clink click! These ice cube PowerPoint backgrounds are cool – literally. We had to take the shots pretty quickly before they started melting and making a mess everywhere.
As always, you can download them all and use them in your own presentations. Click on the images to open the backgrounds up in PowerPoint, save them to your computer and then amend them to fit your needs.
We’ve got light backgrounds (use dark text on them) and dark backgrounds too (use light coloured text on those).
When our obsessive designers get fixated on something, it’s hard to distract them away from it and encourage them to re-engage with society and the “real world”. One benefit of their recent fixation on paperclips, though, is that we get to download a large selection of paperclips PowerPoint backgrounds. As usual, the valued (er… sectioned) members of our team have shot the paperclips from every conceivable angle (and some inconceivable ones, too) to really bring the flavour out. Unfortunately, there were tears shed when we confiscated their toys and sent them to bed.
Like minded people who are obssessive about their stationery will be over the moon when they download these high quality PowerPoint backgrounds. And let me tell you, it took our creatives a lot of time and effort building these human sized paperclips! You won’t believe how heavy they are. Amos got trapped beneath one yesterday, like a mouse in a trap… but that’s another tale of woe.
Click on one of the images above to open up the background in PowerPoint, and then save it to your computer straight away. That way you know that any changes you make will be on your own copy of these beautiful backgrounds. You can then amend them how you want, for use in your own presentations only! You can download them all if you like.
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.
You asked for it (well, some of you did), so here it is. The next set of Olympics related PowerPoint templates: Olympics Shooting PowerPoint Templates. We searched high and low (mostly low) for an example of an Olympic shooter, and eventually we found one. We then shoved it into the machine (our designers’ inbox) and cranked the handle. Out popped the templates you see above.
Get them while they’re hot!
Click on an image to open up the corresponding template in PowerPoint. You should then save it to your computer where you can amend it for your own presentations. What the heck – download them all. We don’t mind. There are only a measly six templates instead of our usual 12 or more, because there’s only so much you can do with a pink Olympics shooter.