Free thermometer scales for PowerPoint and Google Slides. Non-data-driven charts of a series of thermometer scales. Great to compare percentages. Editable graphics with text placeholders.
Thermometers are great graphics to show quantitative results. In fact, everybody knows and understands very easily how a thermometer works. Reading a thermometer is indeed pretty straightforward: a low level indicates it’s (freezing) cold, while a long one means it’s (very) hot.
The slide template features 8 thermometer scales, side-by-side. Also, the circle shape on the bottom of each scale embeds a date. Therefore, you can use it to compare percentages over a period of time. In addition, the levels are very easy to adapt to your needs. The charts are not data-driven though.
The PowerPoint (PPTX) version:
Adapt the height of the scale according to the percentages. If needed, align the vertical bar to the lowest level (0%). Then adjust the top little circle’s position.
Shapes are 100% editable: colors and sizes can be easily changed.
Includes 2 slide option designs: Standard (4:3) and Widescreen (16:9).
Widescreen (16:9) size preview:
This ‘Thermometer Scales for PowerPoint and Google Slides’ features:
- 2 unique slides
- Light and Dark layout
- Ready to use template with icons and text placeholders
- Completely editable shapes
- Standard (4:3) and Widescreen (16:9) aspect ratios
- PPTX file and for Google Slides
Free fonts used:
- Helvetica (System Font)
- Calibri (System Font)