Brand Tools: Using Harvey Balls
What are Harvey Balls?
Harvey Balls are often used in PPT presentations, but may be used in Excel and Word too. Harvey Balls are actually a font, which is applied to the numbers 0,1,2,3,4 to create the desired visual representation of completeness or progress.
Using Harvey Balls
If your toolbar admin has loaded the Harvey Balls font to your toolbar, this is simply a matter of applying the Harvey Balls font to numerical text. Note, applying the font to normal characters will render an error!
You can then use the font colour palette under brand standards to apply any colour of your choice. The size of the Harvey Balls is adjusted by changing the font size.
Adding Harvey Balls to Toolbars
What you need to know about Harvey Balls Harvey Balls are often used in PPT presentations, but may be used in Excel and Word too. Harvey Balls are actually a font, which is applied to the numbers 0,1,2,3,4 to create the desired visual representation ...
Brand Tools: Adding Word Style Sets to Toolbars
How do I add Word Style Sets to my BrandOffice Toolbars? Creating style sets and adding these to your toolbars can be done as follows: Take an existing document which contains the styles you would like to share on a toolbar OR create a new document ...
Brand Standards: Adding Fonts to the Toolbar(s)
How to Add Fonts to your BrandOffice Toolbar(s) BrandOffice allows you to install (via the toolbar) fonts to all your user workstations directly via the BrandOffice and BrandMail toolbar(s). Adding fonts will automatically install these, removing ...
Brand Standards: Adding Colours to the Toolbar
How to Add Colours to BrandOffice Toolbars Key Concepts Your brand's colours can be added onto toolbars in order to ensure that your users always use the correct brand standards. Before adding colours to toolbars, it's useful to understand a few ...
Adding company divisions
How to add company divisions Company divisions allow you to control access to content, as well as assist with providing different email signatures. You can create as many divisions as are required. Users may also belong to more than one division. ...