Co-Founder of Nuts & Bolts Speed Training and Creator of the advanced "PowerPoint Templates that Work" coaching program.
The Cheery Template:
The Tiles Template:
The Diamond Template:
The Seascape Template:
These FULLY loaded templates are perfect for you if you are looking for a NEW multipurpose PowerPoint template you can confidently build your presentations with.
That’s because we went the extra mile with each of these PowerPoint templates to include everything a PowerPoint template is supposed to have.
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Most of the PowerPoint templates you find online were built by designers who DON’T know PowerPoint.
This leaves you with pretty slides, but not a functional template you can depend on to build your presentations.
Each of these 4 PowerPoint templates is fully loaded, which means that:
Take 30 FULL days to test out these PowerPoint templates and use them to build your PowerPoint presentations.
If you aren’t FULLY satisfied with the templates, the slide layouts and/or the training videos and guidance, just shoot me a quick note and we’ll refund 100% of your investment, no questions asked.
Besides the 4 unique PowerPoint templates that will create rock solid presentations you can count on for you, these templates additionally include:
#1: Full documentation and video support clearly describing the features, files and characteristics of each template design. This reduces any confusion you might have about what is under the hood of each template and how to use it.
#2: Fully integrated for the 4:3 and 16:9 slide sizes, including a fully formatted Notes Master, a fully formatted Handout Master and formatted Grayscale and Black & White printing options. This means you can use these templates with full confidence for any and all of your presentation needs.
#3: Includes all the Font and Color files so that you can have them display properly within PowerPoint. Copy and paste the files into the proper place on your computer (which we show you how to do in the welcome video) and have your Font Styles and Colors show up where they are supposed to in PowerPoint.