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Use lines and curves to create your own shapes or touch up existing ones On the Drawing toolbar, choose AutoShapes | Lines to find the lines and curves Each tool works slightly differently sometimes leading to a frustrating experience Here are precise instructions to make it easy
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To draw a single line, choose the Line tool, move the cursor to your slide, then click and
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click at the desired start point Then move the cursor to either the desired endpoint or to where you want to create a curve that changes the direction of the line, and click You can continue to click at curve points Double-click to end the curve Here you see a curve with two vertices To create this curve, click at the start point, move the cursor to a bend
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A freeform shape is a multisegmented shape that can contain both curves and lines
Choose the Freeform tool Then click at the desired start point To create a line segment, move the mouse to the desired endpoint, and click You can continue drawing line segments in this way To draw freeform shapes, which are usually curved, drag the mouse The shape follows the cursor, as if you re drawing with a pencil To end the freeform object, double-click
A scribble follows the cursor as you drag with the mouse Choose the Scribble tool
Click at the desired start point, and drag, drawing as you go Just release the mouse button to end the scribble To close a shape, click near its start point PowerPoint automatically connects the endpoint to the start point The Line tool is also directly on the Drawing toolbar There is one special advantage to using this tool To draw several individual lines, double-click the Line tool on the Drawing toolbar It stays depressed, and you can draw any number of lines, without reclicking the Line button Click the Line button again to stop drawing lines The same applies to the Arrow tool on the toolbar
Create Flowcharts and Process Diagrams
The AutoShapes menu lets you insert a variety of flowchart shapes and connectors Connectors are used in flowcharts and process diagrams to connect shapes Figure 5-14 shows a simple flowchart You can create a variety of pre-set diagrams, in addition to organizational charts These are explained in 8
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FIGURE 5-14
A flowchart diagram Thanks to Maharishi University of Management, http://wwwmumedu, for this slide
To insert a flowchart shape, choose AutoShapes | Flowchart, and choose a shape Then click and drag on the slide to obtain the desired size You can also insert an AutoShape by choosing it from the menu and then simply clicking on the slide PowerPoint inserts the shape using a predefined size Once you have your shapes in place, you can use the connectors to show how the shapes relate to each other Choose one of the connectors by selecting AutoShapes | Connectors When you place the cursor near one of the flowchart shapes, PowerPoint displays tiny blue boxes at appropriate points on the shape Click, and the connector snaps exactly to one of the boxes Now drag to the second shape, and the blue boxes appear on that shape Click to snap the end of the connector to one of the boxes You can easily edit flowcharts and process diagrams because connectors know what they are connected to and try to remain stuck to their shapes If you move one of the flowchart shapes, the connector readjusts its length and direction accordingly
Insert Basic Shapes, Block Arrows, and Stars and Banners
PowerPoint has a generous selection of shapes that you can insert onto your slides From the Drawing toolbar, choose either AutoShapes | Basic Shapes, AutoShapes | Block Arrows, or AutoShapes | Stars and Banners to see the menus shown next
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As you can see, the choice ranges from utilitarian to whimsical To insert one of the shapes, choose it Then click and drag on the slide until the shape is the size you need To insert a shape with its default size, simply click the slide without dragging To draw a circle or oval, use the Oval tool on the Drawing toolbar To draw a circle, either press SHIFT as you drag, or click the slide without dragging Likewise, to draw a square or rectangle, use the Rectangle tool To draw a square, press SHIFT or click without dragging Double-click either tool to draw several shapes at once Some of the shapes display a small yellow diamond when selected Dragging this marvelous diamond gives you extra control, enabling you to create an infinite variety of shapes Initially, the effect of dragging the diamond in a specific direction may not be obvious, so experiment! Figure 5-15 shows some examples of these variations on a theme
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