Bold Powerpoint Templates and Google Slides Themes

Students, business owners, startup founders, instructors, artists, techies, and other creatives can boost their chances of success with these free bold presentation templates from our impressive slide templates library.

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Strike a Pose With Free Bold Slide Templates

The bolder, the better. When you make a statement and mean it, the world starts spinning on its axis a little differently. Make a lasting impression with these bold PowerPoint templates, perfect for your next personal or professional project.

Maybe you need space to brainstorm, or learn best when putting images together. These slideshows can support you in that preparation phase. Once you’re ready to share your creation with an audience, you know you’ll be ready. Experiment a bit with different layouts first, and download in Google Slides, PowerPoint, or Canva in a few quick seconds to get started. You can always edit your template in Canva.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you bold in PowerPoint?

To make text bold in PowerPoint, first highlight the text you want to make bold, move your cursor to the mini toolbar above your selected text, and click “bold.” Alternatively, highlight the letters, words, or sections of your text you wish to make bold and type the keyboard shortcut: CTRL+B.

What to include in a bold presentation?

  • Title, Intro, Summary, Content, and Contact slides
  • Balanced text and graphics
  • Visually appealing images and photos
  • Matching color scheme and font combo
  • Well-chosen animation effects 
  • Video clips of past events or projects

How to make a good bold presentation?

A good bold presentation is memorable and inspires its audience to act. It uses a strong color scheme and font combination, with striking visuals, and tells a compelling story that stays in people’s minds long after the slideshow is over. It piques curiosity and asks as many questions as it answers.