Learn PowerPoint: Formatting Lines (Outlines)

Created: Saturday, January 31, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:57 am



We have already covered the fill options in PowerPoint. In this series will go through the many ways in which you can format lines. The term “line” in itself is confusing, because all the options explained on this page pertain to “outlines”. Microsoft probably realized the confusion prevailing — and decided to call it an “outline” rather than a “line” since PowerPoint 2007.

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