PowerPoint Countdown Timer Template

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  PowerPoint Countdown Timer Template

This smart template of a countdown timer can be used on screen to count down from a 20 minute starting point.



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8 September 2009    Template number 00217

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it very good ideal and it help me for my homework

Posted by dasaki — 8 Sep @ 1:28 pm

Dear creative team,

Good work indeed.

Can you also make a template which shows arrows originating from one point and moving to another point on a map.

Posted by DS Pathania — 10 Sep @ 10:37 am

super… this is what was missing. sometimes you say, we will continiu in a 15 min, but nobody keeps checking his watch. Great idea.

Posted by Mirinka — 11 Sep @ 12:25 pm

WoW!

That’s what you call ppt genius :P

Posted by Isaac — 14 Sep @ 7:50 pm

I’m a corporate trainer and I find this very helpful when:
- I’m giving my participants a time limit for activities in class
- I want my participants to come back punctually from their breaks.

It’s great!

Posted by Natalie — 30 Sep @ 8:54 am

Will use this for a school project. Thank you. :)

Posted by pachuvachuva — 1 Oct @ 2:16 am

Its very nice and I wanted to use at our monitor in the hall – telling when a project ends – but I needed days as well. so ill continue my search

Posted by Jesper — 3 Oct @ 12:38 pm

it very good ideal and it help me for my homework

Posted by EM — 5 Oct @ 5:24 pm

Absolutely fantastice, thank you so very much!

Posted by Doreen — 11 Oct @ 8:58 pm

Wow! :) this is pretty cool, now i don’t have to keep looking at my watch. Thanks. :D

Posted by K. — 14 Oct @ 10:15 am

I love it. This will make transitions in my classroom go much quicker.

Posted by ergrad76 — 23 Oct @ 11:53 pm

I can’t tell how great you are!
Thanks very much~~~~~~~

Posted by amanda — 27 Oct @ 12:47 pm

Good one. Am going to use this for the powerpoint presentation in my next review meeting

Posted by g.m — 1 Nov @ 6:10 am

What I was after, using it for a chrismas prize draw, reat. Can you change the text?

Posted by Ali Nicol — 21 Nov @ 6:50 am

Really great idea for persons involved in presentations. Congratulation!

Posted by Pripadnik — 24 Nov @ 11:34 am

how to use it?

Posted by jane — 14 Dec @ 8:14 am

Awesome!!! Thanks so much for putting this online.

Posted by Kevin Bullard — 10 Mar @ 5:03 pm

Very nice! A question for you: I’m unsure how one would embed this into an existing presentation. It appears that the whole shebang would need to be embedded, so you couldn’t automatically have the clock start at 15 or 10 or 20 minutes. Correct?

Unfortunately, if true, then it wouldn’t be quite as elegant of a solution as I’d like.

Posted by Brian — 5 Apr @ 9:54 pm

Will use it in a community college classroom setting. timing down exams and breaks during class.

Posted by Jeffrey — 26 Jul @ 12:04 am

how to use it?

Posted by wang — 18 Oct @ 3:25 pm

we love it…thanks

Posted by joff — 20 Oct @ 12:10 am

Great!! Very Good Template

Thanks

Posted by Karim Padaniya — 2 Dec @ 8:59 am

For my community college class – when we go on break this will be extremely useful – esp to get the students back in a timely matter which has been an issue.

Posted by Julian — 27 Dec @ 6:54 pm

I will use it in a presentation of my thesis ! thx a lot !!

Posted by cristel saenen (belgium) — 8 Jan @ 10:42 am

Same as Natalia, participants must come back after coffee break on time.

Great ideas and very usefull and helpfull

Posted by Jordi Otxoa — 20 Jan @ 10:22 pm

I like it! Thank you !

Posted by Jess — 21 Apr @ 5:46 pm

Hola amigos alguien me podria explicar como funciona el temporizador? hace un rato que lo estoy viendo y aun no entiendo como debo hacer. gracias!!!! saludos

Posted by Carolina — 2 Aug @ 5:48 am

I will use it soon..it is a wonderful template.

Thank you for sharing it with us…!

Posted by VAL — 5 Sep @ 4:46 am

I ran this as a slide show starting with the second slide (20:00) [slide show - start slide show - from current slide] and it started counting down from 20:59 (20:58, 20:57 …) If so, it’s a 21 minute countdown timer. To make it a 20 minute timer, you have to start at the slide that shows 19:00, which begins at 19:59 when you start the slide show. Similarly, for a 15 minute countdown, you have to start at the slide that shows 14:00.

Or, am I doing something wrong?

Posted by IleanaDU — 16 Dec @ 2:10 am

Thanks, very usefull!

Posted by Ewald Smits — 27 Mar @ 7:29 pm

very good, it’s very useful to me, thank you very much!

Posted by pawowgold — 16 Apr @ 12:04 pm

thanks, it is interesting

Posted by puji — 26 Apr @ 3:47 am

cool

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Posted by odliczenie internetu — 26 Feb @ 7:18 pm

Amazing work! Thank you.

Posted by Leissa — 9 Nov @ 9:37 pm

Muchas gracias

Posted by Luis melendez — 30 Dec @ 12:57 pm

Liked the timer on powerpoint, good design. Thank you !

Posted by Pooja Roy — 13 Apr @ 5:23 pm

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