World Maps Vector Editable – Updated PowerPoint Template

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  World Maps Vector Editable – Updated PowerPoint Template

World Maps vector editable

We have updated our editable vector maps of the world, with most major countries included.

You can change the colours and lines to create interesting effects and designs.

We have updated Chile, Greenland, Iceland, Thailand, Korea, Northern Ireland, Cyprus and Slovenia. We have also included a vector outline if you just wanted to do a map of the world. You can even lay our nice pins across the top.

Please let us know if there is anything else that we need to change.

We also have larger editable maps of the UK and Europe along with North America.



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Comments on: World Maps Vector Editable – Updated

This map needed some names on the places….

Posted by Dana — 27 Mar @ 7:13 pm

WAY COOL!

Posted by Kendra — 5 Apr @ 5:38 am

Good point – it seems to have merged with Argentina.

I’ll get Jon to chnage it when he gets a chance.

Posted by admin — 17 Apr @ 11:10 pm

Are there pushpins without the shadow? I like the shadow, but wanted pushpins also without. Thanks!

Posted by willis — 30 Apr @ 7:18 pm

Willis

Good idea.

I’ll get Jon to take off the shadow.

Posted by admin — 2 May @ 4:51 pm

wow, thats a good effort from you guys, solved my problems

Posted by syed — 5 May @ 6:47 pm

I’ve having difficulty opening the file. The rest of the files on other pages of the site seem to open without any difficulty. Any chances the file has become corrupt or am I doing something wrong?

Posted by Rizwan — 10 May @ 2:56 pm

There don’t seem to be any problems. I was able to download it with no difficulty.

You may need to reinstall PowerPoint.

Posted by admin — 10 May @ 6:25 pm

Also at a quick glance there is no Swaziland nor Lesotho.

Posted by Bonnie — 28 May @ 5:39 pm

Geeeeeeeenius! You realise there are people charging $250 for this sort of thing? I love you guys for making it free! I’m an impoverished student so if I hadn’t found this I’d have had many hours with felt tip pens and a scanner to look forward to…

Posted by Fiona — 10 Jul @ 12:44 am

OMG! This is wonderful! Thanks for making this resource free!

Posted by Aquacool — 14 Jul @ 11:06 am

I would love to be able to use this ppt slide for my World Geo support class, these are low readers, but it doesn’t want to open for me because two of the frames are not showing up.
Can you tell me if there is another route into the slides? Thanks. The other world things you are are fabulous and I think you. Makes my job so much easeir.

Posted by Chris — 14 Jul @ 5:09 pm

Chris

It seems to open fine. Perhaps you just need to try it on another machine.

Posted by admin — 17 Jul @ 12:51 pm

when I downloaded this map, powerpoint couldn’t read it. the other maps opened just fine.

Posted by Mercy — 19 Jul @ 3:57 pm

This map can’t be downloaded. I tried several times and it states it has an error. How can I get this powerpoint template?

Posted by Jazmin Murillo — 22 Jul @ 8:43 pm

I am also still having huge difficulty downloading. I tried advice of another machine. I could not download it, but I did get it to open and then tried to save it that way. No such luck. While it is an awesome prop, it doesn’t like to download. Thanks for the others though, I can’t wait to use the Europe maps with their flags like your example.

Posted by Chris — 23 Jul @ 3:39 pm

Thank you for this well-done free resource! I will definitely check back here again.

Posted by Gazie — 23 Jul @ 11:30 pm

Hi guys I just tried again and had no problems downloading and opening the file. It has been saved in PowerPoint 2003 format.

It sounds like you have been opening it OK, but have problems downloading it. In your browser you can save it with File > Save As.

Any other problems and it may be better using the firefox browser.

Posted by admin — 26 Jul @ 7:21 am

this is just amazing. thank you for your work.

Posted by mike d — 7 Aug @ 4:05 pm

exactly what i needed! thanks so much!

Posted by Anonymous — 11 Aug @ 5:38 pm

An excellent resource.

Posted by Anonymous — 4 Sep @ 8:30 am

We plan to work on the maps in the next couple of weeks.

Anybody else have any ideas of how they can be improved?

Posted by admin — 4 Sep @ 1:36 pm

This map is great, thank you so much for it.

Posted by May — 4 Sep @ 2:53 pm

Hello,

Your map looks great. Please, could you tell if it needs a copyright or something?

Thanks,

Vi

Posted by Vilija — 19 Sep @ 9:19 am

Great maps!

Posted by Anonymous — 19 Sep @ 12:25 pm

this is awesome! just like pokemon!

Posted by pokemonguy — 10 Oct @ 2:09 am

Great Jobs man! Thanks alot! I’m from Indonesia an thats what i’ve been looking!

Posted by chris_paranoia — 23 Oct @ 10:52 am

hi! can you make an accurate map of Philippines… thanks…

Posted by jape — 27 Oct @ 11:27 am

Thank you! This is wonderful design!!!

Posted by Sim — 1 Nov @ 8:09 am

I really enjoy the work you’ve… It’s quite helpful for my classes ;)

Posted by Cuervo — 2 Nov @ 4:59 pm

I tried downloading the world map but the files are corrupted..=(

Posted by ML — 5 Nov @ 2:38 am

This is very cool, but Malawi & Thailand are not quite accurate – they are combining with other countries.

Posted by sd — 6 Nov @ 10:10 pm

thank you

Posted by Anonymous — 7 Nov @ 10:56 pm

Thank you very much! You’ve done huge work. Finnaly I’ve found exactly what I needed.

Posted by Mariya — 19 Nov @ 10:09 am

Thanks. You said “tell us how you are using it”. I am preparing a presentation to show my boss how many hardware servers we have in the world and the different locations.

My point is that my budget is acceptable because there are so few servers in so many different countries that I have to use a lot of different vendors! And it costs more when I have to use that approach.

Posted by Tricia — 22 Nov @ 2:46 pm

great work! thanks!

Posted by cak — 23 Nov @ 10:51 am

Absolutely brilliant!!!! Thanks!!!!

Posted by Frederik — 25 Nov @ 7:56 am

Thank you, it’s a cracker!!

Posted by Ian Johnson — 26 Nov @ 10:31 pm

Way to go. Very very good!

Posted by Michel — 30 Nov @ 12:19 am

Hi!

Thank you so much!! =)

Posted by Christel — 1 Dec @ 10:58 am

Thanks for the map, greatly appreciated. Will be used for a business presentation to open up students eyes to worldwide career possibilities !

Posted by Alex S — 10 Dec @ 8:45 am

Hi, this is amazing, thank you! How did you do it?

As you asked for improvement possibilities, I found that the Middle East/African Region could need an update. Several countries (especially the small ones) are missing or were merged with others:
- Israel
- Lebanon
- Qatar
- Bahrain
- Swasiland
- Lesotho
- Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi & Zambia are shown as 1 country

Best regards!
T

Posted by Thomas — 10 Dec @ 6:25 pm

I found another 2 missing countries: Kuwait and Malawi!
T

Posted by Thomas — 10 Dec @ 8:41 pm

Awesome Map.
Exactly what I needed.
I created missing countries by copying & editing points for a rough estimate.

Posted by Kevin — 16 Dec @ 7:15 pm

Thanks from teachers everywhere!!!!!

Posted by T — 17 Dec @ 7:54 pm

I noticed someone already posted that the Middle East and other areas still need work. Any idea when that might be accomplished.

Posted by Middle East Etc — 9 Jan @ 9:41 pm

This is awsome! I’ve looked everywhere for something like this.

Posted by Rome — 10 Jan @ 12:09 am

I love this map, but I’ve found that the shadows of the push pins don’t print. Can anyone help?

Posted by Patrice — 13 Jan @ 5:53 pm

thank you very much, this is super helpful :-)

Posted by juan — 20 Jan @ 11:58 am

Wow – thanks guys, this’ll help me millions!

I’m going to use this in Excel in an VBA automated report to show where our revenue is coming from.

To do this I need to give each country a name that reflects what it is, so that I can change it’s colour via visual basic. I’ll try post the link back here if I remember.

Thanks again!

Posted by WOW — 28 Jan @ 3:01 pm

Great map, but some countries in Africa seem to have merged… can these be updated too?

Posted by Angie — 11 Feb @ 1:54 pm

this site is very helpful!

Posted by eizay — 12 Feb @ 12:07 pm

Angie

Do you know which African countries have been merged?

Posted by admin — 13 Feb @ 10:38 am

Lifesavers! Nice one. Couldn’t import from anything however I tried, so you’re map inside Powerpoint is a real boost. Many thanks for you time to get this converted, and the free download is brilliant. CHEERS. Thanks again.

Posted by NealW — 18 Feb @ 11:57 am

I really, really appreciate your posting this file. Thanks so much.

Posted by Barney — 23 Feb @ 6:41 am

Thanks a lot for the maps,
Could you make the map of China?

Thank you once again

Posted by Ivy — 9 Mar @ 9:39 am

Excellent help. Danke

Posted by Joshi — 10 Mar @ 2:27 pm

Guys – thank you so much for this, I just absolutely nailed a client report using your world map!

Posted by Thomas — 14 Mar @ 12:20 pm

Hi – wondered if you have any regions map – am particularly interested in regions maps for bigger countries such as India, China etc?

Thanks for these though, they are fab!

Posted by T — 25 Mar @ 11:23 am

It is very useful and great, I have seaching for that all day long, now I get it. Thanks for sharing.

Posted by Ying li — 31 Mar @ 2:45 pm

can you please make a distinction between israel and jordan?? thanks!

Posted by yj — 2 Apr @ 3:44 pm

It would be great to have a complete set of the world:

Asia
Africa
All Countries by Continent
All US States and Canadian Provinces

Posted by Dan — 21 Apr @ 7:18 pm

Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan are missing. As are Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia.

Thanks for a great service!

Posted by DP — 24 Apr @ 9:32 am

Please add Michigan and the great lakes to the world maps

Posted by Dan — 30 Apr @ 1:33 pm

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Posted by Powerpoint map of Russia — 19 May @ 12:48 pm

Excellent! I have been looking for this … Thanks.

Posted by Sarang — 29 May @ 6:37 am

do you have detailed map of India

Posted by Dr Nitin — 30 May @ 10:52 am

Thank you for sharing. ia have been scrollind during nearly 2 hours to find exactly what i need. I will give you credit.

Posted by Tru — 30 May @ 3:09 pm

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Posted by PowerPoint map of India — 1 Jun @ 4:30 pm

How can you change the colors on the map/indivdual countries?

Posted by MK — 3 Jun @ 8:58 pm

Save the file to your PC.

To change the colors of the countries.

Open it up and you should be able to edit it directly in Powerpoint.

Posted by admin — 4 Jun @ 6:02 pm

You guys Rock!

Posted by Naveen — 8 Jun @ 10:24 am

great job! very useful!

Posted by Rodolphe — 8 Jun @ 4:27 pm

hi guys, i like the map of the world with individual countries and loads of pins but when i try and put a pin on a country it goes beneath it (the country) and in dragging it out i usually manage to drag out several continents ats well!
it is a real nuisance. any tips? please try and answer sap.
thanks again
:)

Posted by Anonymous — 8 Jun @ 7:39 pm

Select a Pin and then select

Draw > Order > Bring to Front

This shoudl make the pins on the top level.

The draw menu is normally located on the bottom left of the workspace.

Posted by admin — 9 Jun @ 1:55 pm

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Posted by Free PowerPoint map of Pakistan — 11 Jun @ 2:52 pm

Excellent template…thank u..keep up the good work..Cheers

Posted by Wei Wei — 12 Jun @ 4:45 am

Thank you for the world map. I want to draw time lines for immigrations to UK after 1st worldwar
it is realy good source you have for someone like me who need to provide information free information groups.

Posted by saadia — 19 Jun @ 12:31 pm

This is really cool!!

I have a suggestion. I will be great if the map could display the name of the countries whichever is highlighted by color.

Posted by MM — 6 Jul @ 12:35 pm

Thank you! Its simply great. Will use to create educational material on world history.

Posted by Anjoo Chandiramani — 7 Jul @ 1:37 pm

This is such a great idea! But I would like it if it were more detailed and if you could make separate continents. Oh and also you didn’t make Antarctica. But this is so cool, I’ve been looking for something like this for ages and all of them are like 300 dollars! But this is FREE! You’d be mad not to think this is a great idea!

Posted by Zooloo — 8 Jul @ 8:35 am

I love the map, but there are no Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan… Im preparing for a presentation for Central Asia countries…

Posted by Huda — 16 Jul @ 10:41 am

Yea….east Malaysia and Indonesia are merged tgthr…?

Posted by Huda — 16 Jul @ 10:42 am

Great resource..
Eritrea seems to be missing

Posted by GP — 24 Jul @ 3:00 pm

These templates are brilliant! Thanks.
I will use the Europe & World Templates for a Display for my job.

Thank you.

Posted by Raquel — 28 Jul @ 5:59 am

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Posted by Dot Map of the World Template — 11 Aug @ 8:00 am

Very useful for my urbanism class! excellent!!!!

Posted by Luis — 14 Aug @ 2:20 am

Thx for the great map.

As a manager of a large corporation, finding out if we have such map would have taken much longer.

My PPT is ready and looking rather fine. Presentation this Friday …

Again, thank you for the free map.

Posted by Anthony — 18 Aug @ 11:45 am

Thank you for saving my day!! I have a meeting on monday, and you saved working all over the week end by sharing the maps.

Posted by Rukshan — 5 Sep @ 8:18 am

Very good, I like it.

Posted by Hui — 10 Sep @ 1:31 am

Thanks a lot
very good :-)

but how can I enlarge it???

Posted by Momo — 17 Oct @ 1:20 pm

To enlarge just click on the object and pull the corner handle (normally a circle).

If there are multiple objects you will need to slect these and group them first.

Posted by admin — 18 Oct @ 8:34 am

I’m a italian teacher. Thanks!

Posted by LaProfe — 18 Oct @ 7:04 pm

I was looking for a vector graphic map of the world and this is perfect.

Posted by Mohammed Amin — 21 Oct @ 2:48 pm

such a gr8 idea…u guys rock….

Posted by rakesh — 28 Oct @ 8:29 pm

Thank you for providing the tools to get my job done. I made the mistake of wasting 20 minutes on the Microsoft template website looking for something like this, don’t know why I bothered.
My boss wanted me to color a world map before he left work today which gave me 2 hours. Now I am a savior, great website I will surely be passing it along to other admins.

Posted by Michelle — 25 Nov @ 4:27 pm

This is great thanks so much it was exactly what I was looking for for my geography final assignment. Its awesome!

Posted by Francine — 25 Nov @ 10:18 pm

I will use this for talk on my life and career at the “Career Encouragement Cafe” next week. I have been looking for something like this. Thanks!!!

Posted by Kundai — 28 Nov @ 12:00 pm

You are missing countries: Lesotho, Swaziland, Equatorial Guinea, for example.

Posted by K — 10 Dec @ 8:10 pm

great keep it up

Posted by zulfi — 30 Dec @ 10:56 pm

Excellent resource, thanks.

Posted by Poncec — 31 Dec @ 7:08 pm

Thanks for a great collection !

Posted by Stefan — 4 Jan @ 4:19 am

Brilliant maps!!! Many thanks!

Posted by Steve — 14 Jan @ 12:58 pm

Can we use these maps to create an interactive flash map?

Posted by Ann — 14 Jan @ 4:06 pm

Wonderful! Thank you so much.

Posted by Lynn Collins — 31 Jan @ 5:53 pm

Hi guys, great resouce thanks for making it free. I need this exact principle, but with a close up on Middle East & North Africa (MENA. The scale means that some of the countries in this region are missing – Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar for example.

Posted by Nick — 1 Feb @ 7:46 am

Thanks for its free. I need maps of Indonesia. Thanks so much…

Posted by Rusdi — 5 Feb @ 3:22 pm

This is perfect! Ideal! Please keep me post it with your new desigs related to maps or related design products to maps templates.
Thanks again and good job.

Posted by Ernesto — 6 Feb @ 4:29 pm

Thanks again. I will recommend your designs and products to friends.
Ernesto

Posted by Ernesto — 6 Feb @ 4:32 pm

Amazing! So incredibly wonderfully helpful.

Posted by Victoria — 16 Feb @ 3:57 am

Wonderful – thank you very much :)

Posted by SM — 20 Feb @ 6:38 am

like others have mentioned, it would be very useful to have names for the countries – not on the map, but the drawing objects should be named after the country (now they are named “freeform xxx”) so that they can be selected easily with “select multiple objects” button

Posted by Simos — 25 Feb @ 3:07 pm

nice to have such a good map, thank u

Posted by Mehmet — 2 Mar @ 3:52 pm

Hi!

I downloaded the map and use it for a business presentation. I guess highlighting countries is the main use case for this template. I used it to highlight countries my company is currently selling a product to (and we are a very global business). It worked great, but I would like to share my feedback to make it even better:
- middle east: Countries as Israel and Lebanon are missing.
- central Asia: Even large countries as Uzbekistan or Turkmenistan are missing…
- South East Asia: Border between Malaysia and Indonesia is missing, region not a well made as the others.

Thanks again for the great template!

Chris

Posted by Chris — 15 Mar @ 1:36 pm

Thank you for this! This is awesome! It took me forever to find a downloadable map that can be used for presentations and allows me to highlight world countries.

Posted by Robin — 23 Mar @ 4:44 pm

Incredible work! Been looking for something like this for years! Incredible for visual learners.

Posted by Jim — 24 Mar @ 6:34 am

This is great! Thank you!

Any chance you could update it with Malawi/Rwanda/etc?

Thanks!
NL

Posted by nicholas — 8 Apr @ 7:46 pm

Could you make one with Kurdistan as a seperate nation.
for my presentaion.

Great Job

thanks :)

Posted by amed — 18 Apr @ 4:00 pm

Thanks from a happy grad student! I needed to illustrate the locations of various case studies for my written and oral reports, and the outline map of the world was perfect: I copied it into Visio and marked it up with that program’s drawing tools. Appreciate your making these maps available!

Posted by Meg — 8 May @ 7:26 am

So cool, I really maps :x I haven’t used it so far in class but big thumbs up to you, great job!!!

Posted by Nhung — 25 May @ 9:27 pm

thank you let me to using this

Posted by ??? — 26 May @ 9:54 am

wonderful! thank you very much for this high-quality free resource.

Posted by lili — 31 May @ 3:15 am

this is amazing thanks :)

Posted by bri — 8 Jun @ 6:56 am

Thank you very much for this

Posted by Paul Pambudi — 9 Jul @ 7:35 am

Thank you very much, its just awesome

Posted by Rahul — 23 Jul @ 5:09 pm

Excellent! Thanks a lot for making this available – big help!
Was wondering how you did the pins? I like the shaddow – especially that it keeps the underlying colour. How do you do that??? I’d like to do some shaddows of other ‘objects’ myself – but need some help on how this can be done.
Thanks. Ulrich

Posted by Ulrich — 27 Jul @ 7:59 am

Cooooool! Wow. This is a map file what I wanted. Thank U.

Posted by Sue — 17 Aug @ 7:15 am

Great job! However, could you edit the countries so that they all have their individual borders?

E.g. look at Brazil and Colombia – missing lines. Furthermore, Chile is just a larger area underneath Argentina. I would need just Chile’s outline for example.

Thanks!

Posted by Sonja — 17 Aug @ 10:10 am

Thanks very much — I’ll use them in company presentations. Love the drawing pins!

Posted by Matt — 9 Sep @ 8:40 pm

woohoo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You just saved me (my client) $30. My client is a penny pincher so this will put them over the moon.

Posted by Design Firm — 15 Sep @ 7:08 pm

Thanks very much :-)

Posted by Nicki — 16 Sep @ 1:12 pm

Excellent!! THANKS!
(Cambodia and Laos are treated as one country)

Posted by Dave — 27 Sep @ 6:16 am

U just saved my life (or my job at least:)!

Posted by Diogo — 27 Sep @ 2:54 pm

LOVE

Posted by ??? — 28 Sep @ 8:02 pm

Superb, easy to use. I felt like I was playing the board game risk!

Posted by Terry — 25 Oct @ 2:07 pm

Perfect. Was looking for this (free) option for a long time. Working in development (HIV & AIDS) and this is so useful to show where communities progress etc.

Posted by Gaston — 3 Nov @ 12:28 pm

Hi this is a great idea for the maps, but could you include the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands in the UK and Europe Maps

Posted by Trev — 11 Nov @ 3:31 pm

THESE ARE AMAZING!! THANK YOU! I’m a teacher and you have no idea how much these have helped me so far this year! :)

Posted by Anonymous — 4 Dec @ 3:54 am

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Posted by Free PowerPoint map of China — 8 Dec @ 5:55 pm

Maps are editable and looks good. Great Work. Thanks for this support.

Posted by Navaneeth — 9 Dec @ 1:57 pm

Fantastically useful!

Malawi and Tanzania have merged together, and would really appreciate the polar regions being put in,

Many thanks!

Posted by Phil M — 22 Dec @ 9:28 pm

any push pins without the shadows?

Posted by Anonymous — 29 Dec @ 1:46 am

smashing website !!!!!!
helped me make a snazzy presentation !!
great

Posted by umesh — 4 Jan @ 11:20 am

You would have to export the image to Paint or Photoshop to remove the shadow and then return it to PowerPoint

Posted by rboynton — 5 Jan @ 11:55 am

hi,

Im trying to download the editable world map but havent been able to find the right link for the free download. Can you direct me to the relevant link please?

Thanks much!

Posted by shu — 11 Jan @ 8:19 am

There is a blue “download as PowerPoint (PPT) file button you need to click on that will allow you to download the content

Posted by rboynton — 12 Jan @ 11:43 am

Thanks for your efforts.

Posted by Rakkasans — 26 Jan @ 1:13 am

In this map, Bolivia has the Pacific coast!!!!

Posted by Marcos — 28 Jan @ 2:27 pm

it is very nice map. but if u mentionsed by Name all the countrys better than these…..

Posted by Rathi — 14 Feb @ 9:46 am

Thanks for the feedback, we are working on our maps – a lot of them are now available as a separate powerpoint download which includes the country names.

Posted by rboynton — 16 Feb @ 11:18 am

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Posted by Powerpoint map of Bangladesh — 16 Feb @ 5:12 pm

thank you sooooo much i needed a map like this for my geography work. you have been a big big help and i cant thank you enough :):):):):):)
ly xxxxxxxxxxxx

Posted by michaela :) — 20 Feb @ 5:02 pm

I will be using this for a masters degree presentation. This is very good work.

Posted by Rachael — 20 Feb @ 6:29 pm

Great map,
I’d like to use it for my new presentation for my new company. A free map is really helping me with my low budget start.

Thank you

Posted by Boudewijn — 28 Feb @ 10:45 am

This was ALMOST exactly what I needed. Is there any way that you could update Yugoslavia? It’s separated into 6 countries now.

Posted by Matt — 1 Mar @ 1:06 pm

Thanks Matt, we are always looking for new ways to improve our templates and will try and update this in the future.

Posted by rboynton — 2 Mar @ 12:23 pm

Thanks for this very helpful – is there plans for more detiled oultines – Bhutan, Tajikistan (and the other stans) and some african countries (Malawi)?

Posted by Craig Hutton — 8 Mar @ 12:21 pm

Hi Craig, we have a lot of other maps found here; http://www.presentationmagazine.com/tag/maps hopefully this might give you more detail. Or for just africa try; http://www.presentationmagazine.com/tag/africa

Posted by rboynton — 17 Mar @ 11:17 am

You have the entire former Yugoslavia as one country: it is now 6 countries: Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, Croatia, Bosnia & Hergovina.

Thanks!

Posted by Cassidy — 21 Mar @ 2:43 am

Used this for a presentation to show location of customers.
Thanks for your efforts!

Posted by Danyel — 1 Apr @ 8:22 am

We have now been able to add changes to the maps;

1) Bolivia is now a landlocked country
2) We have changed Yugoslavia to Bosnia & Herzegovina, Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro and Kosovo.

Thanks for all the feedback, we continue to try and improve our maps.

Posted by rboynton — 7 Apr @ 1:53 pm

we have now added;
Bhutan, Laos and Cambodia
thanks for all your feedback, please feel free to add comments to help us improve our templates.

Posted by rboynton — 28 Apr @ 4:48 pm

This is really good.
Thank u guys.

Posted by Jedeok Lee — 13 May @ 2:18 am

Hi,thanks for your amazing website.
Would you please provide me Iraq and Jordan vector map,
Thanks.

Posted by Rockey — 21 Jun @ 9:28 pm

Great world map – I’ve been looking for one of these for ages.
A couple of probs: Azerbaijan and Georgia are missing, and I think Turkey has slid a little way towards the West …. !!

Posted by Lindsey — 8 Aug @ 1:07 pm

Fantastic just what I was looking for. Will be using it in church. Am from Canada.

Posted by Deb — 19 Sep @ 8:00 pm

Thank you guys for ppt template, but there is no Uzbekistan border, you merged it with other central asian countries such Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and etc.

Posted by Farrukh — 23 Nov @ 2:22 pm

Do you have any maps of just Asia Pacific?

Posted by Corrinne — 3 Dec @ 3:25 pm

Hi guys, I have been looking for something like this for quite a while. In my job I am focused just on the Asia Pacific, Greater China, and India area. It would be great to get a slide pack that just features this region so we can get a bigger view of each country.

Posted by James — 19 Jan @ 11:20 pm

Hi James,
We actually do individual countries too;
http://www.presentationmagazine.com/powerpoint-map-of-india-647.htm
http://www.presentationmagazine.com/free-powerpoint-map-of-china-641.htm
http://www.presentationmagazine.com/tag/asia
and are adding more maps on each week

Posted by rboynton — 20 Jan @ 11:05 am

love website

Posted by lily — 23 Jan @ 1:15 am

Great map! Thanks for sharing it. I want to use it for management updates, e.g. to indicate country specific information on legislation, using different colours per country.
For this purpose it would be easy to have EU as a group (as legislation is the same for all states) > makes it easier to change colour all at once.
I already did it by hand but of course it is easier when preset.
kind regards,
Hans

Posted by Hans — 23 Jan @ 2:42 pm

One more comment.
I always see on maps that Alaska proceeds a bit more to the south, on a strip of land along the Canadian coast.
Maybe for your next update…

Posted by Hans — 23 Jan @ 2:46 pm

Hi Hans,

Great feedback. I am gradually working my way through the various countries, try the following link which has editable maps where you can change the colour of the individual states etc.
http://www.presentationmagazine.com/editable-maps

Posted by rboynton — 23 Jan @ 4:17 pm

Great template. Thanks.

The world map is terrific and easy to use.

Posted by Caspar Jans — 22 Feb @ 3:33 pm

I am having trouble merging a couple of different slides from different template packs together. The colors change for some reason. For instance the background of the first map changed to purple instead of blue when i merged it with another powerpoint. How can I fix this?

Posted by Vsterling — 9 Mar @ 1:28 am

Hi, sounds like this is the colour theme of the presentation you imported the maps into. In order to keep ours with the same background we go to slide master which can be found on View> slide master and then either you add the design to every slide by putting the background into slide one – or put it on a certain slide than cann be added by exiting the slide master and going to the drop down menu on “new slide”

What also might be affecting it is the colour themes which can be found by going to design> colours and then “create new colour theme” try playing around with this to change the main background colour and text colour of all the slides.

Posted by rboynton — 14 Mar @ 1:56 pm

Thanks mate. This was grate staff. Thanks for your hard work!

Posted by Oz — 23 Mar @ 5:28 pm

Thanks for the free graphics! I couldn’t find them anywhere else for free; other websites charge large fees and you guys made it free! It’s just amazing and can’t say enough great things about you all!

Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Posted by Anonymous — 27 Apr @ 1:50 pm

thank you very much
I love it

Posted by simon — 19 May @ 10:58 am

These maps have been a great help and are really straight forward to use! Really brought my presentations to life! Thanks so much!

Posted by Nicola — 28 May @ 1:57 pm

Just what I need – thank you! I’ll use it in a presentation introducing my company. Its a simple but powerful way to show which countries we work in. I’ll have to Google some of them though- maybe an ‘idiots guide to the world’ would help?

Posted by Sam — 26 Jul @ 10:19 am

Thank you so much for giving these templates to the world :)

Posted by Thanks — 26 Oct @ 11:49 am

thank you for offering pretty templates for free

Posted by soyeon — 23 Nov @ 5:27 am

Thank you for this gift!

Posted by Marcel — 10 Dec @ 5:58 pm

Thank you for offering the maps.

There are a few countries/territories missing, however:
East Timor
South Sudan
Gaza/West Bank
Lesotho
Swaziland
And someone earlier mentioned that the states which were the former Yugoslavia need to be included.

Posted by Thom — 10 Dec @ 9:18 pm

Thank you very much! This would greatly help me in my work.

Posted by Tina Virina — 10 Jan @ 11:07 am

Wow, this is what I looking for.
Thank you!! :)

Posted by Claire — 21 Feb @ 3:39 pm

The PPT version was excellent and was very useful for our purpose: Showing airspace mandates around the globe in the next 10 years. It is accurate enough for our application (briefing charts). Nice job!!!

Posted by Pegasus — 3 Jun @ 9:28 pm

This looks so cool, cant wait to try it out. I’m going to use this to teach my students :)

Posted by Azymah — 5 Jun @ 5:13 am

I work as a consultant for UNICEF, this has been really useful for an internal training to UNICEF Staff in Latin America. thanks!

Posted by Marcelo Ber — 17 Sep @ 4:53 pm

I’m using it in my music classroom. Thanks so much for making it interactive! What a huge help!

Posted by Susie — 3 Dec @ 5:05 pm

The world map appears to be missing Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan.

Posted by Jen — 14 Jan @ 3:04 pm

It would be nice to have one slide with the country name on the map. When we are adding the stats, sometimes we have to check other maps to make sure that we got the right country. :)

Posted by Varsha — 21 Jan @ 2:35 pm

South Sudan is in the news, but not on your map. It became a country in 2011 . . .

Posted by John B — 7 Feb @ 6:09 pm

Thanks!!!!!!!!! so good!!!!!

Posted by Nadine — 4 Mar @ 6:57 pm

Hi,

Your map is very good. I appreciate it being free.

A couple of suggestions:

Draw a boundary line to distinguish between the Malaysian and Indonesian sides of Borneo

Make Singapore, Bahrain and Qatar distinguishable on the map

Make the pins available without the shadows

Incorporate the major oceans and seas as editable components of the map

Thanks!

Posted by SM — 12 Mar @ 7:44 pm

Thanks a lot. Great job!

Posted by Fabrizio — 14 Mar @ 2:23 pm

Dear Friends
Thanks a lot for very beautiful and user friendly PPT
I wish success for you

Posted by MH Safaei — 15 May @ 7:49 am

Thank you so much!!!!

Posted by Enrico — 6 Jun @ 10:37 am

Thank you for sharing this :-)

Posted by Mark Groves — 3 Jul @ 11:07 am

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