Creating a Low Content Planner Cover in PowerPoint

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Create a low content planner cover in PowerPoint

Creating a low content planner cover is easy – especially when you do it in PowerPoint!

But any image editing program you like will do. 

For the purpose of this series, I am going to show you how I do journal, planner, and notebook covers in PowerPoint.

It’s quick, easy, and the covers turn out great!

If you’re just joining me here are links to the previous posts in my “Publishing a Low Content Planner From Scratch” series:

  1. Research Your Low Content Niche
  2. Create Your Planner Interior

Take a look at the video below and let’s get to creating covers!


Next Step - Uploading Your Planner to Amazon KDP

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2 comments for “Creating a Low Content Planner Cover in PowerPoint

  1. July 24, 2019 at 8:59 am

    Thanks so much for the videos on developing a low content book. I never would have thought to use PPT for the project. I’ll be re-watching these for sure!

    • Julie
      July 30, 2019 at 9:34 am

      Awesome! Yes, I LOVE using PPT for these books. Doc creation is super easy, you can duplicate lickety-split, and I’m even learning about creating short videos with it to be able to upload promotional videos. It’s good stuff!

      ~ Julie

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