Join Jole Simmons for an in-depth discussion in this video The three-shape challenge, part of PowerPoint: Silicon Valley Presentation Secrets.
- [Instructor] Okay, here's another idea to use…when you can't use an actual stock image.…I'm gonna take three shapes.…We have a circle, a triangle, and a square.…And I'm gonna recreate an icon…and download it as a watermark stock image.…So let's get to it.…So the first thing I like to do is go ahead and actually…just kind of trace over the shape I'm emulating.…So I'm gonna take this circle,…and I'm just gonna drag it over top of our coffee cup.…And I'm just gonna elongate this, make a nice little oval,…and it doesn't have to be perfect.…We just want it to be close…to what we're tryin' to emulate.…
So next I'm bringing a square over…and I'm just gonna place it up here…and this is actually gonna serve as the top of our cup,…we're gonna cut the shape off.…So we're gonna select both of the shapes.…Go up to Shape Format,…and go up to Merge Shapes and use Fragment,…and we're gonna delete what we don't want here.…So there we go, we have the nice cup shape.…And I'm gonna go ahead and select our circle again.…I'm gonna use a lot of circles in this one here.…
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