Learn PowerPoint 2011 for Mac: Drawing a CD or a DVD

Created: Monday, April 2, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:32 am

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After we did a tutorial on creating a graphic of a CD or DVD using PowerPoint for Windows, there were many who asked for a similar tutorial using PowerPoint for Mac. So here it is — a tutorial that shows you how to create the image of the CD within PowerPoint 2011 for Mac — of course although the finished graphic looks like a CD, you can use it for a DVD or Blu-Ray disc as well! In this tutorial, you will also learn how a slide program like PowerPoint can be a very capable drawing program. And creating a CD in PowerPoint 2011 is indeed a cakewalk!

Learn how to draw a CD or a DVD using the default Donut shape in PowerPoint 2011.

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