Pie Chart Template in PowerPoint and Keynote

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Aspect ratio

16:9, 4:3


for Keynote (KEY), for PowerPoint (PPTX)

Support language


The Pie Chart Template in PowerPoint and Keynote offers a visually appealing way to present data in proportional slices. Perfect for illustrating numerical breakdowns of different components, it provides clarity and ease of understanding to your audience. With customizable colors and segments, this template ensures your data is both engaging and informative.

How to Insert and Edit a Pie Chart in PowerPoint: A Step-By-Step Tutorial

Creating an engaging presentation can greatly enhance the understanding of your audience. A pie chart in PowerPoint can be a fantastic tool to visually represent data in a proportionate manner. If you’re looking to learn how to create a stunning chart for your slideshow, this tutorial will guide you.

Launch PowerPoint and Insert a New Slide

  1. Launch PowerPoint on your computer.
  2. Go to the slideshow section and click on “New Slide” to insert a blank slide.
  3. Ensure your slideshow layout is set to blank for a clear space to work on.

Insert a Pie Chart

  1. Head to the Insert tab located in the top menu.
  2. In the chart category, choose pie chart from the dropdown.
  3. Click on the chart type you desire. Note that types of pie charts include 3-D pie, whole pie, and others.
  4. Once selected, an Excel spreadsheet will open, allowing you to input the data you want to visualize.

Enter Your Data

  1. Enter your values in the excel chart. Remember, the spreadsheet values will dictate the slices of pie in your chart.
  2. After entering the data, close the spreadsheet. Your pie chart on a PowerPoint slide will automatically adjust to the data you’ve input.

Customize Your Pie Chart

  1. Click the chart, and various chart tools and chart elements will appear.
  2. Use icons next to the chart to edit text, adjust chart colors, and alter chart settings.
  3. For more specific edits, right-click on the pie slices or the whole pie. Options to edit, apply chart filters, and adjust values will appear.
  4. Under the chart style option, you can further customize your chart’s appearance.
  5. If you want to change the type of chart, simply click change chart type and select from the variety of types of charts available.

Final Touches and Feedback

  1. Review your chart on a PowerPoint slide for any final adjustments.
  2. Use Microsoft support or YouTube tutorials if you’re stuck or looking for advanced tips.
  3. Ask a colleague or user for feedback to ensure clarity and effectiveness in your representation of data.
  4. Remember, if you prefer, you can also make a pie chart or other types of charts like bar chart, column chart, etc., in Excel and then insert it into your PowerPoint.

Additional Tips:

  • This is a free slide template for PowerPoint and Keynote with an aspect ratio of 16:9.
  • The presentation is a full editable vector shape, offering more customization options.
  • Use pie charts wisely. While they are great for showing how much a category holds relative to the whole, they may not be the best choice for all kinds of data representation.

By mastering the steps outlined above, you can make your presentation more engaging and informative. Whether you want to show percentages, values, or just give a visual representation using the icons next to your data, a pie chart can be an invaluable tool.


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