Drawing Lines: Drawing Straight Lines in PowerPoint

Created: Wednesday, January 4, 2017, posted by Geetesh at 11:14 am

Learn how you can quickly draw lines using the various easy-to-use tools available in various versions of Microsoft PowerPoint.

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Beyond being just a program to create slides, PowerPoint is also a great illustration program with tools and options that rival top end graphic programs. There has always been the ability to create shapes from scratch such as circles, rectangles, triangles, hearts, smileys, etc. Additionally, you can find Line options within the Shapes gallery. The following introductory tutorials show you how to draw a simple line; please choose a version from the listing below:

Microsoft Windows:

Drawing Lines in PowerPoint 2016

Drawing Lines in PowerPoint 2013

Drawing Lines in PowerPoint 2010

Drawing Line in PowerPoint 2007

Apple Mac:

Drawing Lines in PowerPoint 2011

Drawing Straight Lines in PowerPoint

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