Wrapping Images in PowerPoint

Wrapping Images in PowerPoint

Created: Thursday, June 3, 2004 posted by at 9:15 am

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Glen Millar shows you how you can create a wraparound style shape in PowerPoint using PowerPoint’s guides and shape editing tools.

Wrapping Images in PowerPoint

Here’s the tutorial link on his site.

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