Learn PowerPoint 2010: Duplicate Shapes by Dragging

Created: Monday, December 6, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 10:07 am



Shapes in PowerPoint are very useful in representing design or content — but when you create a slide that has such a framework, it is common to have several shapes of the same size and other attributes on a slide. Yes, you can go ahead and insert the same shape into PowerPoint repeatedly, but that’s causing you to lose so much productive time you could have used elsewhere! There are quicker alternatives for duplicating shapes that can be learned if you follow these guidelines.

Learn to duplicate shapes by dragging in PowerPoint 2010.

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