Editing Added Shapes in Powerpoint 2010


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Just like images and pictures, PowerPoint also supports editing of shapes inserted in the presentation. The shape editing features in PowerPoint can be accessed from the Format ribbon once the shape is selected. The editing features are grouped under the Insert Shapes and the Shape Styles section in the Format ribbon.

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

Insert Shape Features

The table below describes various insert shape features available in PowerPoint.

S.No Feature & Description
1

Shape List

Adds another shape to the slide.

2

Edit Shape

Replaces the shape completely, or use the edit points to change the existing shape.

3

Text Box

Inserts a text box anywhere in the slide.

Shape Styles Features

The table below describes various shape style features available in PowerPoint.

S.No Feature & Description
1

Shape Fill

Selects the shape fill color and style. You can add a single solid color from the palette, or a picture, gradient or texture.

2

Shape Outline

Selects the shape border color, thickness and style.

3

Shape Effects

Adds special effects to the shape like reflection, 3D rotation, bevel, shadow, etc.

4

Predefined Styles

These are a combination of the style features that can be applied to the shape with a single click.



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