Shapes: Merge or Combine Shapes in PowerPoint

Created: Wednesday, February 22, 2012, posted by Geetesh at 2:35 pm

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One of the best features introduced in newer versions of PowerPoint has been the way you can play with Shapes to merge and combine them to create entirely new shapes. This feature makes PowerPoint an accomplished drawing program and the following tutorials will help you explore. These tutorials explore all 5 Merge commands:

Microsoft Windows

Merge Shapes (All 5 Commands) in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

Merge Shapes (All 5 Commands) in PowerPoint 2013 for Windows

Add Combine Shape Commands to the Quick Access Toolbar in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows

Apple Mac

Combine Shapes Commands in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac

We also have other pages that talk about these individual commands:

Shapes: Union in Merge Shapes – PowerPoint

Shapes: Combine in Merge Shapes – PowerPoint

Shapes: Fragment in Merge Shapes – PowerPoint

Shapes: Intersect in Merge Shapes – PowerPoint

Shapes: Subtract in Merge Shapes – PowerPoint

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