Cookie Cutter Shapes in PowerPoint 2010

Created: Wednesday, August 17, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:30 am



Cookie Cutters in PowerPointThis technique originated from a video clip that Bruce Gabrielle posted on his blog — this video showed you how you can create a triangular table in PowerPoint by either creating a picture of the table itself (which makes the table non-editable) or by creating a picture of the table with just empty cells so that you can place a transparent table with figures or words over it. While both techniques are amazing, I wanted to use a process whereby not only is the table editable, but the ending shape need not be limited to just a triangle. Also you can use this to hide and show parts of not just a table, but almost anything else including video clips.

Learn how to make cookie cutter shapes in PowerPoint 2010.

Categories: design, graphics, powerpoint_2010, shapes, tables, tutorials

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