Shape Fills: Slide Background

Created: Saturday, February 11, 2012, posted by Geetesh at 11:41 am

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A slide background fill is a type of PowerPoint fill for a shape that shows the area of the background right beneath the shape. Even if the shape is animated and moves to another area of the slide, the shape continues to show the same area of the background where it was originally placed.

This is a very useful feature that has been used to great effect in animations — the following tutorials and links will provide more info:

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