Learn PowerPoint 2007: Gradient Fills for Shapes

Created: Saturday, January 24, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 11:47 am



I already showed you how you can add or change solid color and picture fills for shapes in PowerPoint 2007. In the next part of this series, I show you all the stuff you can do with gradient fills in PowerPoint 2007. To keep things simple, you first learn how to add a gradient fill to a shape in PowerPoint 2007. Then unleash some more gradient power by using the More Gradients option. Finally, become a gradient guru by learning to edit and create your own gradients using the cool Gradient Stops feature.

Categories: color, fills, powerpoint, shapes, tutorials

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