Crossover PowerPoint Diagram

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Curved Slide of Crossover Concept
Curved Arrows Diagram Design

The Crossover PowerPoint Diagram contain 2 curved arrows with color-changing gradients to illustrate transformations. The two-way curved arrows are suitable presentation layouts for two opposing concepts. For instance, the slides of arrow diagram could illustrate events that change the course of linear processes. The PowerPoint diagram template contain two slides of two arrows crossing over each other. Whereas, the starting point of both arrow processes display human silhouette clipart icons. These icons could represent a conflict between two parties or interdependency of two functional departments.

The curved arrow PowerPoint template contains three slides of similar crossover diagrams. Here, the first slide shows point of curve/twist with different colors with the help of gradient effects. The additional two arrow slides focus on single transformation at once. These two slides could be used to describe detailed information linked to the arrow segment. While first slides of two curved arrows can provide an overview of presentation topic.

The Crossover PowerPoint Diagram contain editable graphics with icons and text placeholders. Users can easily move or resize graphics by simple drag and drop on PowerPoint shapes. Similarly, change the gradient graphic effects by changing color options under shape-fill dropdown menu. The PowerPoint crossover shapes could be used to compare two opposing ideas or concepts.

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