Learn PowerPoint 2010: Distribute Shapes

Created: Friday, December 17, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 7:55 am



Distributing shapes is a simple concept — it means that the space between consecutive shapes (or any other slide objects) should be the same so that they all appear evenly spaced out. If you create many PowerPoint slides, it is very important to keep all your shapes cleanly positioned and spaced. You already explored aligning shapes in a previous tutorial — in this tutorial we’ll look at how you can distribute shapes evenly in PowerPoint 2010. The Distribute option is a great way to position shapes equidistant from each other, either on a horizontal or vertical plane — follow these steps to learn more.

Learn how you can distribute shapes evenly in PowerPoint 2010.

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