Points – Add and Remove

Created: Monday, June 25, 2012, posted by at 4:34 am

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Choosing the Edit Points option in PowerPoint transports you to a mode in which PowerPoint works more as an illustration program such as Adobe Illustrator than like a normal slide program. In this mode, PowerPoint lets you control how a shape looks. Sometimes you might find it difficult to edit a certain segment in a shape because there are no vertexes (points) available to manipulate — or maybe there are far too many points! PowerPoint provides a simple solution for this problem — you can add and remove vertexes in a shape, as explained in these tutorials:

Microsoft Windows

Add or Delete Points (Vertexes) for Shapes in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows

 

Apple Mac

Add or Delete Points (Vertexes) of Shapes in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac

See Also: Edit Points for Shapes in PowerPoint



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