Designing a Venn Diagram in PowerPoint using Shapes
Last updated on September 24th, 2022
Venn Diagram are a great visualization tool that you can use to help to describe relationships between three sets or groups or to create intuitive graphics for your presentations in which you want to make correlations between different groups or describe the different intersections between two of these groups or the three groups. Microsoft Powerpoint can help you creating Venn Diagrams with the SmartArt tool. Today we are going to show you how to create Venn Diagrams using PowerPoint.
If you need to create a simple Venn Diagram then you can read how to create a Venn Diagram in PowerPoint, but in this article we will show you how to use shapes to make a simple Venn Diagram with transparency color to make it more attractive.
First, we start adding three circle shapes to the slide. Then we will add a background color to each shape. For this sample we will add a blue background fill.
Here we will make sure to add a transparency level so we can see the intersection between each set.
Finally, align the text to make it look like in the picture below. To make this change, you can format the shape properties.
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