Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a custom shape, part of Office 2013 New Features.
Inserting shapes into a slide in a PowerPoint presentation is nothing new …but creating your own custom shapes by merging two or more shapes is, …and that's what we're going to do right now as we continue working with our …No Obstacles PowerPoint presentation.…Next we're going to scroll down the navigation pane on the left and click Slide #5 to go there.…If you jumped to this lesson and you need to get caught up, go ahead and open up…No Obstacles PowerPoint 5 from your exercise files to see what I see.…So we're going to add our own graphic here something that just shows the trend here in our graph.…
So let's use this white space to create our own custom shape, we begin by inserting existing shapes.…So the Home tab needs to be selected on the ribbon, over here in the drawing…section is where you find all of your shapes, click the dropdown to see the full list, …and let's begin with a simple Basic Shape, the Oval.…When we click that we can now hold down our Shift key as we click and drag to create a perfect circle.…
- Exploring the new user interface
- Using the bookmark feature
- Inserting online video in Word documents
- Editing PDFs in Word
- Filtering records using the timeline in Excel
- Exploring new slide transitions in PowerPoint
- Creating web apps for SharePoint or Office 365 with Access
- Inserting online pictures with Publisher
- Embedding files in a OneNote notebook
- Connecting to social networks with Outlook
Skill Level Intermediate
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