Connectors: Smart Connectors in PowerPoint

Created: Friday, September 30, 2022, posted by at 12:27 pm

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Connectors are essentially some of the shapes found within the Lines category of the Shapes gallery in PowerPoint. To understand why only some of these lines can work as connectors, we first need to understand what a connector is. A connector is a line that creates a link that joins two shapes or any other slide objects to show a relationship. These connectors are linked to the slide objects they are connected—this means that they move automatically when the linked objects are moved.

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Microsoft Windows

Smart Connectors in PowerPoint 2013

Smart Connectors in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac

Smart Connectors in PowerPoint 2011

Smart Connectors in PowerPoint

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