Learn PowerPoint 2010: Reorder Shapes

Created: Thursday, December 23, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:03 am



If you have lots of shapes and other slide objects placed one above the other on your PowerPoint slide, you’ll find that some shape or slide object may be hidden or overlapped. In this scenario, you can use the options within the Order command to bring any shape or slide object right on top of all others, or even send it behind everything else on your slide.

Learn how to change the order of shapes and other slide objects in PowerPoint 2010.

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