Advanced Shape Techniques: Drawing Arcs in PowerPoint

Created: Friday, January 4, 2019, posted by Geetesh at 3:55 pm

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There are so many shapes in PowerPoint, from the basic Rectangle and Oval to the fancy Pie and Smiley Face! You can use these shapes as they are, or you can use the Merge Shape commands to create your own unique shapes. However, even if you do not create new shapes, there are some existing shapes that can be used in myriad ways. One of these is the Arc shape, that we will explore today. The Arc shape is quite easy to use, and in fact, you’ll find so much similarity between how the Arc and the Pie shapes appear and work—and some difference too.

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Drawing Arcs in PowerPoint

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