Learn PowerPoint 2011 for Mac: Reroute Connectors

Created: Thursday, March 1, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:30 am



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You have already learned about the amazing stuff you can do with connectors — starting from drawing to formatting them. Many times when you draw connectors between slide objects, the connector may use the shortest path between two slide objects — this might overlap the connector over other shapes, text boxes, or any other object. You might have another reason to use a longer connector between two slide objects as well — whatever your reason may be, the good news is that you can easily reroute your connectors — either automatically or manually.

Learn how to reroute connectors automatically, and also how you can use the yellow diamond handles in connectors within PowerPoint 2011.

Categories: office_mac, powerpoint_2011, shapes, tutorials


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