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by Geetesh Bajaj, January 22nd 2013
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PowerPoint Concept Slides: One Petal Circle

PowerPoint Concept Slides: One Petal Circle These One Petal Circle graphics are part of our Petal Circles series that add stylized tips to your circle shapes. These two tip styles: Rounded and Pointed make your circles look different from conventional segmented circle graphics. They also break the monotony of text heavy slides, and help you explain concepts better to your audiences. What's more, these shapes are also so much fun to use!

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PowerPoint Concept Slides: Three Hearts Circle

Three Hearts Circle This three hearts circle is part of our Heart Circles series that may have a Valentine theme associated because of the heart shapes! Significantly, these heart shapes are very subtle -- in fact, you can easily get away with most audiences not really finding these hearts out of place even in a business presentation! And remember that even though you see hearts, they are placed within a circle.

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