Learn PowerPoint: Semi-Circles Again in PowerPoint 2003

Created: Friday, September 18, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 10:30 am



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Since there is no easy, intuitive way to create semi-circles in PowerPoint 2003, I already showed you three ways to create them! And now here’s one more way to do just that but this might be the easiest of them all. Thanks to PowerPoint MVP Echo Swinford who sent me these steps and allowed me to put them up on this site.

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