Shapes: Drawing Freeform Lines

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The Freeform tool in PowerPoint lets you draw just like drawing on a piece of paper using a pencil. In addition, you can create straight lines as well. Although the Freeform tool takes a while getting used to, practice will make your attempts perfect. In the following tutorials, learn how to draw freeform lines in PowerPoint.  Select the one that matches your PowerPoint version:

Microsoft Windows

Drawing Freeform Line in PowerPoint 2013

Drawing Freeform Line in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac

Drawing Freeform Lines in PowerPoint 2011

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