Presentation Clipart

Various presentation clipart to bring your presentation to life including arrows, people images, borders and so on.

The Presentation Clipart solution extends Edraw with premade vector shapes that can be used for improving presentation slides.

Use the Presentation Clipart to make professional-looking documents, presentations, and websites that are illustrated with color scalable vector shapes of various presentation symbols such as arrows, callouts, backgrounds, borders, and title blocks.

Design Objects - Presentation Symbols

1 clipart library, 20 vector symbols.

Show growing trend with the Growing, Moving Up or Up symbols. When presenting, show an uprising arrow to emphasize the point: The future looks good! The Link shape can be used to indicate connection. They are highly editable. Every property - size, color, line, orientation and location can all be customized to tailor your specific need.

presentation symbols

Design Elements - Arrows

2 arrow libraries, various arrows of different styles.

Arrow Shapes

Arrow Connectors

Various arrow shapes for displaying information flow. The arrow connectors can even connect shapes. See how to apply these arrow connectors flexibly.

Arrow Connectors

Design Resources - People

Insert people clipart to make your diagram more lifelike. It helps to visualize different situations better.

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Presentation Clipart Application Example

Sales Block Diagram

A 3D upwards arrow is used in this diagram to show the change of buyer/seller relationship from bottom to top. It clearly illustrates the direction of a process.

Refer to these links to get more presentation clipart:

Clip Art - Business Scene

Clip Art - People

Background

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