Shapes: Drawing Perfect Circles

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The vast repertoire of readymade shapes in PowerPoint has made drawing shapes very easy. You can insert these shapes with a click or two, yet some tricks can help you take these shapes further. In the following tutorials, explore how you can draw a perfect circle using the Oval shape in PowerPoint. Select the one that matches your PowerPoint version:

Microsoft Windows
Drawing a Perfect Circle in PowerPoint 2013

Drawing a Perfect Circle in PowerPoint 2010

Apple Mac
Drawing a Perfect Circle in PowerPoint 2011


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