Curves

Learn how to make curves in PowerPoint using the curve shape, as well as other useful curves for example stats curves and bell curve for presentations. You can also learn advanced curve techniques including Bezier curves in PowerPoint 2010 and other curve tools for presentations and charts.

Golf Ball Animation using Custom Path in PowerPoint 2010

Motion paths allow you to define custom paths in your animated PowerPoint presentations. We already covered PowerPoint motion paths in our previous article but today we want to see a real example on how we can use custom paths in PowerPoint to animate the path in a golf ball until reaching the hole. To make …

Free Product Life Cycle PowerPoint Template

This free Product Life Cycle PowerPoint template is a PPT slide design with a Product Life Cycle Curve ready to be used in your PowerPoint presentations to describe a business or product life cycle with an example or make a presentation on new product development stages. This free PPT template with Product Life Cycle curve …

Bass Difussion Model in PowerPoint using Shapes

The Bass diffusion model was developed by Frank Bass and describes the process of how new products get adopted as an interaction between users and potential users. If you are creating a media presentation or Lean Startup PowerPoint presentation and want to focus on the user acquisition and describe the peace on which a product …

Drawing Bezier Curves in PowerPoint 2010

Bezier courves can really help you to draw some interesting curves for your presentations and achieve great effects for your PowerPoint presentations. You can for example use Bezier curves in PowerPoint to draw a custom and smooth Gaussian curve or Bell curve to use your presentations, or you can make a simple curved PowerPoint template. …

How to make a Gaussian Curve in PowerPoint 2010

Gaussian Curve (also known as the Gaussian Bell or Bell Curve) is a statistical curve very popular in probability theory. The normal (or Gaussian) distribution is a continuous probability distribution that has a bell-shaped probability density function, known as the Gaussian function or informally as the bell curve. You can learn more about the Gaussian function on Wikipedia …