Learn PowerPoint 2010: Smart Connectors

Created: Friday, June 3, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:30 am



Connectors are line-like shapes found, not surprisingly within the Lines category of the Shapes gallery in PowerPoint 2010. These connectors create a link (or join) other closed shapes like rectangles, triangles, etc. to create a relationship. Since these connectors are linked to closed shapes, they are called “Smart connectors” — you’ll learn more about all the smart things they do in subsequent tutorials of this series.

Learn what Smart Connectors are, and how they are different from conventional lines in PowerPoint 2010.

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