Learn PowerPoint: Half Circle in PowerPoint 2003

Created: Monday, September 14, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:45 am



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An Indezine reader asked me if he could create three circles next to each other, and make sure that they looked like this: The first circle should be filled-in full (entirely), the second circle should be half full, and the third and last circle should have no fill (empty). The first and third circles are easy — all you need to do is ensure that the first circle has both an outline and a solid fill, and that the third circle has only an outline with no fill. The second circle though is an easy challenge that I’ll teach you create in this one page tutorial using PowerPoint 2003.

Learn to create a half circle in PowerPoint 2003…

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