So here are seven ways to visualize your ideas _ your thoughts; what's in your head _ with PowerPoint (or similar) presentation software. Idea Concept Sketch _ Use PowerPoint shapes to sketch your idea. You can draw all kinds of figures and shapes, and add text, directional flow, highlights, and more with arrows and other shapes available in the "Insert Shapes" area. Circles, squares, lines, arrows, and the like can be combined to create drawings that, when grouped together, copied, and pasted as graphics, you can insert into documents, presentations, email and texts or post to social media.
Of course, money spent on a designer will buy you peace of mind because you can leave the designer to it, but you'll have to wait for a space in their (possibly busy) schedule to get the job done. A template, on the other hand, is ready when you are. All you need to do is add your words and images, and customise the site to suit your business's identity. In fact, a template excels here because you can fuse your expert knowledge of your business with the template's professional design.