Learn PowerPoint 2010: Insert Shapes in PowerPoint

Created: Thursday, November 18, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:33 am



Shapes can often be combined to create more complex shapes — for instance you can place circles of various sizes one on top of the other to create something that looks like a target. Similarly you can create seemingly complicated arrangements of shapes quite easily to create something that illustrates a concept or idea so much better than just bulleted text. To create any such graphic content, you need to start by inserting common shapes — fortunately PowerPoint makes it easy to do so.

To insert a Shape on your PowerPoint 2010 slide follow these steps.
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