Today we’ve enlisted one of the requested content which we and everyone call these as “Pins and Markers for Maps in PowerPoint “. Earlier on this week a user from Kentucky requested for map pins that are PowerPoint native and easy to customize. So, as we’ve been saying you again and again that we create things that are very basic and pretty simple. And even for this user request — we used none other than PowerPoint itself.
With little imagination and by using the basic shapes within PowerPoint we were able to create these Map Pins that you can use in any of your PowerPoint presentations to point or mark some area etc. These shapes comes very handy to business people who present their services on slides. The below figure shows you the shapes we’ve created.
What’s more! You can duplicate these shapes and create as many markers you want. These are essentially PowerPoint native shapes, so you can recolor, resize and fill these shapes with map pictures, solid color, gradients etc. just like you see in the above figure.
Additionally we placed some circles on slides that animate continually until end of the slide. Below video shows you the entire presentation at glance. The download file contains a presentation an world map picture and the Eula files.