Create Venn diagram + free PowerPoint template

08.27.21  •  #PowerPoint #Tips #Templates

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A Venn diagram consists of overlapping circles that show similarities, differences and relationships. With the help of PowerPoint, you can insert such SmartArt graphics into your presentations without much effort. In this blog post we will show you how to create such Venn diagrams. Afterwards, you can download various templates for Venn diagrams.

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Creating a Venn Diagram in PowerPoint

In order to create the Venn diagram, you have to go to "SmartArt" in the "Insert" tab.
open SmartArt
Now you have to go to "Relationships“, and you can pick out a Venn diagram layout. Afterwards you only have to click on "Ok".
open Venn Diagram

Deleting a shape

If you want to delete a circle in your Venn diagram, you have to right-click on the respective shape. Now you only have to click on "cut" and the circle is deleted.
delete a circle

Adding a shape

To add a shape, you have to click on "Add shape" in the "SmartArt-Design" tab. You can now insert another shape.
insert a circle
If you click on "Insert shape after", a circle is inserted behind the selected circle and overlaps the selected circle.
Click on "Insert shape before" to insert a circle before the selected circle that overlaps the selected circle.

Adding text to the main circles

To add text to a circle, click on "[Text]" for the shape.
insert a Text

Adding text to the overlapping parts of a circle

To do this, you must insert a new text field. To do this, go to the "Insert" tab and click on "Text Box". Now drag your text field onto any place and you can insert your text.
insert a text box

Download free PowerPoint Template

PowerPoint Template

About the author

Miriam Rapberger

Miriam supports SlideLizard in the area of marketing and design. There she uses her creativity for blog posts, among other things.



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