Learn PowerPoint 2003: Changing AutoShape in PowerPoint

Created: Monday, November 1, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:48 am

Once you place an AutoShape on a PowerPoint slide, you may format it by changing its fill or outline — or you may add animation to it. Later if you realize that you used a wrong AutoShape — maybe you used a star in place of a triangle, you may be tempted to delete the original AutoShape altogether and start from scratch by adding a new AutoShape, and change its fill and add animation to it. The good news is that you need not work so hard — you can change any existing AutoShape to another using these steps.

Learn how you can change an existing AutoShape to another in PowerPoint 2003.

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