Word Cloud

To engage, educate, and quickly capture the audience’s attention, you can use our 100% editable PowerPoint word cloud. Word cloud is a visual representation of different words displaying in a cloud-like format. It is also named tag clouds or text clouds. Word cloud image helps communicate what’s important about the presentation by making certain keywords stand out.  With the tag cloud images, you can summarize your data’s gist in a few words providing the big picture of a given topic to an audience. In the word cloud diagram, the bigger the text font in the cloud, the more important it carries. Instead of graphs, charts, and images, putting extra stress on related words can work the best in presentation. Powerpoint Word cloud makes it easier for the presenter to elaborate better on words related to the presentation.  We have marketing word cloud, project management word cloud, communication word cloud, and much more ready-to-use word cloud templates. You can use our ready-to-use google slides themes to create compelling and creative business presentations.

What does a word cloud represent?

Word clouds or tag clouds are visual representations of word frequency that give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in a source text. The bigger the font of the text in the word cloud diagram, the more importance it carries.

How do you create word cloud in PowerPoint?

Word clouds are great visual tools that help straightforwardly communicate ideas, focusing on the most important words by highlighting them in big fonts. There are a few ways to create your word cloud in PowerPoint. We will use Pro Word Cloud- which is a PowerPoint add-in.
  1. Open Microsoft PowerPoint; on the top menu, click on Insert > Add-ins.
  2. Select See All when you click on Add-ins.
  3. A new menu pops up. Click on Store.
  4. Search for Pro Word Cloud and click on the Add button.
  5. After accepting the conditions and license, PowerPoint opens a new toolbox for the creation of PowerPoint word clouds.
  6. Make changes in the settings according to how your word cloud is going to look.
  7. Select a font, color scheme, layout, case, and importantly, the word cloud's size that you want to generate.
  8. Select some text on your slide, and click on Create Word Cloud.
You can also refer to our blog on telling effective stories with word cloud or watch a video on how to make a word cloud in PowerPoint.