PowerPointTemplateHub.com Documentation

Templates' Overview Use, Change or Replace Fonts Use, Edit, or Replace Images Shapes, Charts and Icons PowerPoint FAQs Open In OS Mac/Keynote Image Credits


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Templates Main Features:

  • Creative & Professional (Multipurpose)
  • Master Slide Layout (Place Image with One Click)
  • Easy Customize
  • All Elements Fully Editable
  • Vector Icons
  • Compatible with Keynote and be opened in Keynote (with iCloud)
  • Compatible format – can save as image, pdf file, mp4 video file (for animated PPT templates) & etc.

Frequently-Used Fonts:

Calibri: Included by-default in Microsoft Office Suite
Century Gothic: Included by-default in Microsoft Office Suite
Poppins: https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Poppins
Montserrat: https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Montserrat
Limelight: https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Limelight
Harlow Solid Italic: http://www.fontpalace.com/font-download/Harlow+Solid+Italic+Italic/

Install Fonts:

All fonts used here are by-default free for use for both personal and commercial projects. Learn how to install fonts to your PC or Mac (if you don’t have them yet):

Extract the files you have downloaded.
Under Windows 8/7/Vista: Select the font files (.ttf, .otf or .fon) then Right-click > Install;
Under any version of Windows, Place the font files (.ttf, .otf or .fon) into the “Fonts” folder, usually under C:WindowsFonts.

OS Mac:
Under Mac OS X 10.3 or above (including the FontBook) Double-click the font file > “Install font” button at the bottom of the preview.
Under any version of Mac OS X: Put the files into /Library/Fonts (for all users), or into /Users/Your_username/Library/Fonts (for you only);
Under Mac OS 9 or earlier: Drag the fonts suitcases into the “System” folder. The system will propose you to add them to the Fonts folder.

If you have specific font(t) (premium or free) that you’d like to use to replace the default font(s) and don’t know how to do so – feel free to contact us: we do offer high-end customization services starting from $0.99/slide:

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Use, Edit, or Replace Images:

All PowerPointTemplateHub’s templates are built with “slide master” design feature that allows end users to make adjustments easily. The image “placeholder” will allow users to input image, video, graphic or other elements easily with just one click; and after your image/video/graphic is placed, just “sent them to back” in most cases to make sure they look good on your slides – here is a quick tutorial on how to do it:

1: Cick the “placeholder” icon to place an image:

2: Right click the image to “send to back” (or “send backward” depending on your preference):

3 (bonus tip): Occasionally, if you feel the image’s color or brightness is not perfect, try image “corrections” or “color” to adjust it before “send to back”:

4: Get a beautiful slide:

Edit and Customize Shapes, Charts and Icon Elements:

All the shapes, charts, icons… in PowerPointTemplateHub’s slides are vector based and you can edit and customize them easily, such as changing color and arranging width and size, under “format” tab:

Common How-To(s) for Editing/Customizing PowerPoint Document

Change Color(s) or the Color Theme of the Entire Template (this will apply to each slide):

1. Go to Design > “Variants” – Colors > “Create New Theme Colors” or “Customize Colors” depending on your PowerPoint year version.
2. Adjust colors for each item, name your new color theme, and click “save”.
NOTE: Once your new color theme is saved, you can select it any time and your Color Picker pull-down menu will show your custom color palette, ready for use.

ChangeCreate Semi Transparent Overlay Background:

1. Right click the shape you’d like to set transparent > Format Shape > Picture or Texture
2. Set transparency in the fill window, drag from 10% to 90%

Group/Ungroup an Object/Shape:

1. Right click on the object(s)
2. Select Grouping > Ungroup/group

Edit/Fill Shape Color:

1. (Left) click on the shape
2. Chose a color from color pallet (bucket icon)
NOTE: Please ungroup the object/shape before, if you want to change an individual shape.

Change Line Color:

1. Left click on the shape
2. Chose a color from color pallet (pencil icon)
NOTE: Please ungroup the object/shape before, if you want to change an individual shape.

Edit Chart Data:

1. Right click on the chart
2. You will be directed to Excel spreadsheet data. You can edit the data there.
3. Once the spreadsheet completed. save the data (ctrl+s) for windows or (cmd+s) for mac user.

Crop a Picture:

1. Double click on the picture
2. Choose Crop from toolbar
3. Drag the crop handler horizontally/vertically to adjust the width/height

Open the template in OS Mac/Keynote:

1. Launch Keynote (it’s in the Applications folder of your Mac).
2. In the window that automatically opens when you launch the app, navigate to the location of your PowerPoint file. Eg: if it’s in Documents, click on the Documents folder in the left sidebar (You can also click on the File menu and select Open, then navigate to your presentation):

3. Once located your file, select it and click “Open”, and you’ll see a screen like this:

NOTE: A window may appear, explaining any changes that were made during the import process. In most cases there won’t be any issue. The PowerPoint file should now open in Keynote.

Image Credits:

Images used in PowerPointTemplateHub’s template previews are for demo only, they are not included in the downloadable zip file. But they are all free for personal or commercial use and can be downloaded at:


Contact Us:

Our goal is to ensure that you can use our template(s) to the fullest potential. Had you encountered any problem or question, feel free to contact us at: contact@powerpointtemplatehub.com.

And don’t forget, we do offer high-end customization services starting from (as low as) $0.99/slide!

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