Learn PowerPoint 2007: Formatting Outlines

Created: Wednesday, February 4, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:09 am



We have already covered fills in PowerPoint 2007 and later versions. In the next part of this series of tutorials, we are going to learn about the outlines in PowerPoint 2007. If you moved up to PowerPoint 2007 from an earlier version, you’ll find it interesting to know that Microsoft decided to change some terms — a line is now an outline, and an AutoShape is a shape. Having said that, many interface areas of PowerPoint 2007 still use the term “line” — so we’ll use both line and outline interchangeably.

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