Shape Outline: Weight (Thickness)

Created: Tuesday, December 3, 2013, posted by Geetesh at 4:37 pm

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Weight is the thickness attribute of the outline of a shape, picture, or any other such slide element. You can change the weight all the way from a hairline thin line to a chunky thick line. To learn more about how to edit the weight, choose one of the following links depending upon your PowerPoint version:

Microsoft Windows
Formatting Outlines for Shapes in PowerPoint 2013 for Windows — Weight
Formatting Outlines for Shapes in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows — Weight for Windows
Formatting Outlines in PowerPoint 2007 for Windows — Weight and Dash
Formatting Lines (Outlines) for AutoShapes in PowerPoint 2002 and 2003 for Windows

Apple Mac
Formatting Lines (and Shape Outlines) in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac — Weight

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