Learn PowerPoint: Creating Semi-Circles in PowerPoint 2003

Created: Friday, September 11, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:37 am



PowerPoint 2003 and previous versions don’t allow you to draw a semi-circle shape although that’s not an issue within PowerPoint 2007. In this tutorial, I’ll show you three ways in which you can add a semi-circle to your PowerPoint 2003 slide — whichever way you choose, make sure you save one semi-circle so that you can copy-paste and reuse it again whenever required.

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