Shape Fills: All Fills in PowerPoint

Created: Wednesday, January 15, 2014, posted by Geetesh at 11:30 am

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PowerPoint allows you to add all sorts of fills to your shapes — the following pages will provide you with detailed information on all these individual fill types:

Shape Fills: Gradient

Shape Fills: Texture

Shape Fills: Pattern

Shape Fills: Picture

Shape Fills: None (No Fill)

Shape Fills: Solid Color

Shape Fills: Slide Background


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