Shape Fills: None (No Fill)

Created: Monday, April 30, 2012, posted by Geetesh at 10:35 am

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A fill is something that is contained within a PowerPoint slide object such as a shape. Some shapes may contain a solid fill, a picture, or even nothing. The last option is called “No Fill”, and results in a shape that’s entirely transparent unless it has a visible outline. Typically our tutorials address shapes but the techniques remain similar for almost all slide objects. These links provide more details depending upon the version of PowerPoint you may be using:

Microsoft Windows

Apple Mac

 See Also: Fills, Lines, and Effects in PowerPoint

 

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