Do you want to use a picture fill in PowerPoint that spans across shapes on the same slide? We explain how you can achieve these results! We look at a new timeline graphic from SlideModel that is different, and we also bring you answers to three presenting questions in a video from TJ Walker. Adam Noar of Presentation Panda discusses five Presentation Hacks, and Xie Kai of PowerPointLabs talks about the Picture Slides Lab feature in their free PowerPoint add-in.
PowerPoint 2016 for Windows users can learn about formatting shape outlines and inserting shapes. They can also learn about rotating and duplicating shapes — and also the Merge Shape commands. Finally, do not miss the new press releases and templates of this week!
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