Learn PowerPoint 2010: Drawing Scribble Lines in PowerPoint

Created: Wednesday, February 16, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:43 am



You have already learned how to use three of the four line drawing tools in PowerPoint 2010: Line, Curve, and Freeform. In this tutorial, I show you how you can use the last of these line tools: the Scribble Line tool. Drawing with the Scribble line is almost the same as drawing with the Freeform line — but there is one difference. You don’t need to double click to create an end point for your line. Just like you draw with a pencil on a piece of paper, your line stops the minute you stop drawing it. Having said that, you still need to practice to make your scribble lines perfect. Let us get started and explore how the Scribble line option works.

Learn how to draw with the Scribble line tool in PowerPoint 2010.

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