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The free Gantt chart template collection was designed for sophisticated professionals who want to distinguish their work with rich, visual project communications. Each template was carefully created to be graphical, impressive and simple for clients and executives to understand. They are easily customizable with the Gantt chart software from Office Timeline. It plugs right into PowerPoint and makes it simple to instantly update any of the free Gantt chart templates with your own project data, or to edit colors, fonts, shapes and the design of the chart.
Gantt charts are some of the most reliable tools for planning and scheduling projects. We’ve researched, gathered and formatted here a series of project chart templates for PowerPoint that you can easily download and use to manage key activities.
A Gantt chart template is a pre-built model of a bar chart that enables users to create a customized graphic by simply adding their specific data to the predefined frame.
You can use a Gantt chart template in many different ways. For instance, you can create a customized Gantt chart to manage your strategic planning process, product release or research project. No matter the purpose, using a Gantt chart template helps you get started faster in visualizing what work needs to be done and when. Choose from our collection of free Gantt chart templates and modify each chart to build your own graphic in minutes, collaborate with others and update your plans in real time.
Yes, all our Gantt chart PowerPoint templates are free to download and use. Ranging from simple to complex Gantt charts for a variety of use cases, these pre-built models can be easily customized to suit your needs and reflect the specifics of your project.
Use the Office Timeline PowerPoint add-in to quickly customize any of the Gantt chart templates above or create your own. Easily change the texts, colors and shapes of your Gantt chart and update dates instantly by drag & drop, all within PowerPoint.