Spirographs in PowerPoint


Spirographs in PowerPoint

Created: Wednesday, November 7, 2007, posted by at 9:36 am


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While it is possible to create spirographs in any version of PowerPoint, it is much easier and quicker to do so in PowerPoint 2007, thanks to the new Selection and Visibility task pane and the non-modal dialog boxes.

These slides show a spirograph created entirely within PowerPoint:

spirograph spirographLearn here…
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