Amoeba PPT Guideline

Last updated September 3, 2021
It is possible to make diagrams and other graphics for presentations using figures.
It is possible to add interest to presentations, emphasize points, or make presentations look more interesting using figures.
The guidelines for utilization cases are offered through adopting four highly useful types among various figures.


Basic Shapes & Flow Chart



Regarding lines, solid lines, thin solid lines, thick solid lines, dotted lines,
or dashed lines can be used. It is possible to highlight the desired graphics
or to display them as part of a diagram or process graphic.
  • Used for separating important items of the text
  • Used for stressing titles or separating keywords
  • Use the title at the top starting point
  • Used for separating the parts within items. The size of letters between lines is eight points
    The leader uses one-point lines to connect, separate, and mark consecutive lines
  • Used for separating parts within items

Lined List

Massive texts divided into categories and subcategories are shown. They are suitable for texts with multiple levels.

Alternating Flow

They show information groups or sequential steps of projects, processes, or workflow. They emphasize interactions or relations between information groups.

Basic Shapes
The types of shapes used in documents are classified into three categories of circular, rectangle, and triangle as follows.

Converging Radial

The relations of concepts or components to central ideas are shown.

Vertical Bullet List

Out-of-order or grouped information blocks are shown.


Proportional, interconnected, or hierarchical relations are shown

Flow Chart
The flow chart is a graphic or symbolic expression of a process. Each step of a process is represented by a different symbol and the flow chart contains simple explanation of process steps.
Flow chart symbols are connected with arrows indicating the direction of process flow

Flow Chart 01

It is a diagram, a work tool which graphically expresses the activities and tasks executed by system users.

Flow Chart 02

It shows information on the organization hierarchy and the reporting relationship.

Arrows are the most common figures used in PowerPoint presentations.
They can be highly useful for highlighting or sympathizing with presentation areas, including charts, pictures, or diagrams.

Step Down Process

They show descending processes with multiple steps and substeps. They are good for small texts.

Nondirectional Cycle

They show the successive sequence of steps, tasks, or events in circular flow charts. They stress connection among all components.

A callout is a short word string of the text which is connected by features of a figure or a technical drawing, lines, arrows, or similar graphics and provides information on relevant functions.
This term is used to explain short texts set to larger types than the rest of the page and to draw attention.

icon type

The function of a callout basically is similar to that of a photo caption or explanation.

box type

Callouts are inserted to enhance the attention to the content and explain it additionally.