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How do I create a T chart in Powerpoint? Check out this PPT full of T Chart templates that you can use for your own presentation.

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A T-Chart is perfect to make a comparison between two options (such as characteristics, specs, ideas, characters, events, etc.). By listing the topics as headings for the 2 columns, and writing down several characteristics that are valid for both options, it's easy to make a comparison. Here are some of the main uses of a T chart.

  1. Making a decision by comparing the pros and cons of any given situation.
  2. Planning an action by listing down the various problems and solutions.
  3. Comparing facts with opinions.
  4. Listing the strengths and weaknesses of a project.
  5. Breaking down personal or business' expenses and assets.
  6. T-charts are commonly used to make linear and/or quadratic comparisons in math.
  7. Discuss the characteristics of a specific topic.
  8. Lists problems and its corresponding solutions.
  9. Creates a comparison of the advantages and disadvantages.
  10. Lists opportunities and threats of a plan.
  11. Lists real facts vs fake facts.
  12. Compares personal traits and opposite characteristics of a personality.
  13. List down the positive and negative results or outcomes of processes.
  14. Any other variables that you want to compare.

How do you create a T Chart in PPTx?

  • In your blank PPTX document, click Insert > Table;
  • Select 2 columns and the number of records you need (for example: 2x8);
  • Write down 2 variables as headers in the first line of the table;
  • Enter your data into the table that automatically opens with the table.

  • Alternatively: In your blank PPTX document, click Insert > Chart;
  • Select the type of chart you want, such as 2 column chart;
  • Enter your data into the table that automatically opens with the chart.

Actually, we have already created a set of T-charts in Powerpoint for you. This way we hope to help you becoming more effective and making your life a little easier! This page lists our most popular presentation templates. You can also download professionally designed .ppt and .pptx files to increase your productivity.

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