Jigsaw Shapes for PowerPoint Presentations

by Geetesh Bajaj
June 16, 2016

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Here Get it Nowis a bunch of jigsaw slides that you can use to create your own jigsaw puzzles quickly within your own slides!

This entire kit contains 5 different styles of jigsaw pieces: Typical jigsaws, Arrows, Hearts, Ovals, and Rounded Squares (see the Show Me The Jigsaws section on the right).

Each Get it Nowjigsaw shape is available in three counts: small, medium, and large. Jigsaw Shapes for PowerPoint

Instructions on using these jigsaw shapes to create your own picture puzzles can be found on our site -- here is the link for PowerPoint 2010 or 2007, and here's the link for users of PowerPoint 2013. Mac users can explore the same tutorial for PowerPoint 2011.

See What You Get?
Jigsaw Shapes for PowerPoint With Animation: Each presentation contains one animated slide of each variation. The animations can be changed as per the user requirement.
Jigsaw Shapes for PowerPoint 5 Styles: Not 1, not 2, but 5 highly detailed Jigsaw shape styles, each of them in so many sizes!
Jigsaw Shapes for PowerPoint PowerPoint Native Shapes: All these jigsaw pieces are native PowerPoint shapes - you can recolor them, add effects, and do more - all inside PowerPoint.
Jigsaw Shapes for PowerPoint Resolution: Includes two slide sizes for both standard (4:3) and widescreen (16:9) resolutions.
Jigsaw Shapes for PowerPoint Compatibility: Compatible with all versions of PowerPoint -- from PowerPoint 97 through 2013 for Windows, and PowerPoint 98 through 2011 for Mac.
Jigsaw Shapes for PowerPoint Single User License: A full single user license for business use. Get this now.
Watch these Jigsaws in Action
Click above to see a YouTube video that shows how these jigsaw shapes work.

Show Me The Jigsaws!
Want to see how the Jigsaw shapes look like? These pictures below will give you an idea -- remember all Jigsaw shapes can be resized as large as you want without any pixelation.
Typical Jigsaws
Typical Jigsaws
Rounded Squares
Rounded Squares

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