Create your own summary by customizing Venngage's summary template.Create
A summary template is a document that outlines the key points of a larger document. It can be used to provide an overview of a longer document, or to highlight the most important points from a variety of sources. A summary template generally includes: - The title of the document or source - The author's name - The date of publication - A brief summary of the main points The summary template can be used as a guide to help you distill the most important information from a document, or it can be used as a tool to ensure that all the key points are covered. When using this template, be sure to tailor it to your specific needs and audience. You don't need to be a designer, have design experience, or download any design tools to customize Venngage’s summary template. This document is already well-designed, so you can focus on the content without worry about the layout. The Venngage editor is a user-friendly platform that allows you to customize the template to your specific needs. You can change the font styles, icon styles, color palette and the content itself to create a summary that effectively outlines the key points of your document. To get started, simply click on the "Create" button. From there, you can begin adding your own content and customizing the template to your liking. The Venngage icon library is a great resource for adding new and unique icons to your content. You can find a variety of icon styles, including gradient illustrations, detailed illustrations, bold icons, flat icons and line icons. Stick with one style of icon throughout your design to maintain a cohesive look. To access the icon library, simply click on the "Icons" tab in the editor. From there, you can browse through the different icon categories and select the icons that you want to use in your design. Once you've selected your icons, you can then add them to your summary template by clicking on the "Add to Design" button. Using the Venngage icon library is a great way to add some personality and flair to your template. You can customize the summary heading by adding a new title, font and icon. This allows you to get creative and think of new combinations that will effectively outline the key points of your document. When customizing the page dimensions, you can either enter the desired width and height manually or use one of the preset options. If you choose to enter the dimensions manually, be sure to include the Bleed, Trim and Safe Zone values. The bleed is the area that will be cut off when the document is printed, so be sure to account for this when entering your dimensions. The trim is the final size of the document after it has been printed and cut, so be sure to leave enough space for this. The safe zone is the area that will not be cut off when the document is printed, so be sure to include this in your dimensions as well. When you’re done, simply download it as an image and use it however you want! You may export in a variety of file types, including PNG, HD PNG, PDF, Interactive PDF, and HTML (for email).