Dumbbell Diagrams for PowerPoint and Google Slides

Free Dumbbell Diagrams for PowerPoint and Google Slides

Free collection of dumbbell diagrams for your PowerPoint and Google Slides presentations. Editable, ready and easy-to-use.

The dumbbell shapes are two circular node shapes connected by a center beam (concave rectangle). They are very similar to infinity symbols, or bike chain links (or connectors).

These 2-dimensional shapes are great when combined or assembled to illustrate and build diagrams like cycles, processes, radial graphics…

Each presentation document contains a complete selection of 12 custom-made dumbbell diagrams variants with completely editable creative shapes and text placeholders.

Pick the dumbbell diagram you need from a complete range of design options: from three to eight-lobed radial diagrams, three-step process, pyramid, information list, cycle matrix…

 

2 (optimized) size layouts are available for your convenience: standard (4:3 screen ratio) and widescreen (16:9).

Dumbbell Diagrams for PowerPoint and Google Slides - Optimized for Widescreen and Standard Layouts
 

The document ‘Dumbbell Diagrams for PowerPoint and Google Slides’ features:

  • 12 pre-designed unique, clean and professional slides
  • Fully editable content (graphics and text) via PowerPoint – No Photoshop needed!
  • Aspect ratios: Standard (4:3), Widescreen (16:9)
  • Format: PowerPoint (.PPTX) – created with PowerPoint for Office 365
    License: Free – Attribution (please read carefully the ‘Terms of Use‘ before using this template, restrictions may apply)
 

Free font used:

  • Calibri (System font)
 

Slides included:

 

Google Slides preview:

Open and use the Google Slides document  

Download these ‘Dumbbell Diagrams for PowerPoint and Google Slides’ for free!

Format(s) included: PPTX
Aspect ratio: 4:3
Size: 615.4 KB


Format(s) included: PPTX
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Size: 605.3 KB


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1 Response

  1. Franck says:

    I didn’t know such diagrams, but look nice and useable ! Look like a spinner 🙂

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