Editable PowerPoint World Map and Continent Templates
- PremiumSlides Selection List Feature
Display your data, locations important spots or routes on world map templates for PowerPoint. Start working while others are still searching. All World Map templates come with an easy-to-use country selection list. Just select the desired country in the list and color it. Don’t waste time searching for the right map. You will be pleased with the amount of time you’ll save while working with these map templates.
World Map Templates for Microsoft Office PowerPoint - Direct Download and fully editable.
Show all your data on your Map templates of the World. Do you wish to showcase routes, headquarters, branches, customer locations or other data by country or regions? Not difficult with PremiumSlides PowerPoint maps. You can exhibit any kind of data on these maps. Put anything including, charts, icons, symbols and graphics on PremiumSlides maps. Work with our maps like you would like to work in PowerPoint.
Fully editable maps for Microsoft PowerPoint
These highly detailed PowerPoint maps are completely editable in size and color. Every country can be extracted or highlighted. Because of the premium quality you can resize any map without loss of quality. This is important if you want to print your PowerPoint Slides.
Simple and fast – the PremiumSlides Selection Lists for PowerPoint Maps
Save your time and select the countries with our comfortable Selection list tool. Click on the preferred country and color the shape with one mouse click. All countries in the selection list are in alphabetical order and easy to find. You can also click the state on your map, and the state wil be highlighted in the selection list. Most of our maps are delivered with a selection list. Please check product details. (Due to technical restrictions of Microsoft Office for Mac, Selection Lists are only offered for PC.)
Why do the PremiumSlides Maps have such good quality?
The most important factor in the high quality is the number of polygons used in a map. The number of polygons is responsible for the detail of the map. The more polygons you have, the more detail you see. But there is a negative to this; if there are too many polygons, PowerPoint will become very slugigsh and the file size will go up. Usually if you have multiple maps in one presentation, the file size can be very big and occasionally you may be unable to email your presentation. Then again fewer polygons bring less detail to the map. At PremiumSlides.com we found a way of optimizing the maps to have great detail by greatest performance and file size.
All Slides work on Microsoft Office, no plugin or extra software required.
We certify that all our products work with Microsoft Office newer than Office 2003. You can work with our maps and shapes not only in PowerPoint but likewise MS Word and MS Excel. All files even work on Office for Mac. Only the Selection list add on is not supported by Office for Mac. You do not need any new plugins or any other software! Just launch PowerPoint and work without delay.
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Each PowerPoint Map and every slide is created by PremiumSlides. We do not use open libraries or other components in our work. So you will never have any copyright problems, because we give you the right to use our work after purchase. Today this is more and more relevant because many free download sites have started suing organizations for using their free work for commercial purposes. With our products you avoid this old trap.
Download PowerPoint Maps of the World right away and you can even re-download
You can download your purchased map files and slides straight after purchase, so you can start working with your PowerPoint map templates straight away. We even keep your purchased map files on your PremiumSlides client account. In case you have a a PC crash with damage to your data, you can re-download any of your slides. Or if you are on a business trip and forgot your presentation package, you can still have download your map files not matter where you are.
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Shortly after purchase we send you all files via e-mail to your specified email address. You can open the files and start working straightaway in your Microsoft Office program.
Facts about the World you can incorporate in your slide presentation.
The World has a total surface area of 510 million square kilometers. Land makes up around 149 million square km. Water constitutes about 361.132 million sq kilometers.
Most of the earth's surface is covered by water.
The surface of the world is more or less 70.9 percent water and 29.1 per cent terrain. The area covered by water is divided into vast water zones referred to oceans. There are 5 oceans described in the geographic science. The largest is the Pacific Ocean followed by the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Southern Ocean and the smallest, the Arctic Ocean. The vast majority of water on the World's surface, more than 96%, is saline water.
The most widely used maps of World Regions.
The World is generally divided into a number of, large, discrete landmasses termed continents.
The number of continents can differ from 5 to 7, depending on the definition used. The most typical definition acknowledges 7 continents. In decreasing order of size these are: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia. Occasionally Europe and Asia are put together into the Eurasian continent resulting in six continents. Also North and South America are sometimes grouped as merely the Americas, resulting in a continent total of 6 (or five, if the Eurasia designation is used).
The Seven continent model and its countries
Based upon the seven-continent model, and grouping islands with adjacent continents the following facts can be seen: Africa has the the majority of countries with 54. Europe includes 49 countries. Asia has 48. The Asian and European continents share five countries: Azerbaijan, Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkey and Georgia. North America consists of 23 sovereign states. Oceania has 14 states and South America includes 12 countries.
More details on the continent maps from largest to smallest:
Asian Continent Maps
Asia incorporates all the countries of the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia. The countries of the Pacific ocean are often combined with Australia into a "land mass" termed Oceania or Australasia.
African Continent Maps
Corresponding with a wide definition Africa's northeast region is frequently delimited at the Isthmus of Suez. However for geopolitical reasons, the Egyptian Sinai Peninsula is frequently included as part of the African continent.
Although the described groupings are the most common, different continental arrangements are known or promoted in several parts of the globe. This is as a consequence of some arrangements being more intensely based on cultural spheres rather than physical geographic factors.
North American Continent Maps
North America (not the USA) is mostly understood to encompass the island of Greenland, the Caribbean islands, and to extend south all the way to the Isthmus of Panama.
European Continent Maps
The most extended part of Europe is commonly described as being the Ural Mountains and the Ural River. On the southeast it is the Caspian Sea; and on the southern area the Caucasus Mountains, the Black Sea, and the Mediterranean. Additionally some sections of Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Turkey are often incorporated within both Europe and Asia, Nevertheless in every instance the larger section is in Asia. These regions are regarded as part of both continents. The countries Armenia and Cyprus, which lie totally in Western Asia, are geopolitically European countries.
Oceanic Continent Maps
The Oceanic continent is a region centered on the islands of the tropical Pacific Ocean. The term is often used more particularly to denote a continent comprising Australia and proximate islands. Biogeographically it is used as a synonym for either the Australasian economic region (Wallacea and Australasia) or the Pacific economic region (Melanesia, Polynesia, and Micronesia, leaving out both New Zealand and mainland New Guinea). There are actually many opinions on what makes up Oceania. These range from its three subregions of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia to, more broadly, the complete insular region between Southeast Asia and the Americas, incorporating Australasia and the Malay Archipelago. Geopolitically, Oceania comprises of Australia and the countries of the Pacific from Papua New Guinea east, but not the Malay Archipelago or Indonesian New Guinea.
Maps of the South American Continent
South America is a continent found in the western hemisphere, mostly in the southern geographical area, with a relatively small portion in the northern geographical area. South America is bordered on the north and east by the Atlantic Ocean and on the west by the Pacific Ocean. The Caribbean Sea and North America lies to the northwest. It includes twelve sovereign states.