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Create Dashed Line Borders in PowerPoint

Have you seen a running stitch effect around an object — especially an embroidered one? It’s possible to create all sorts of such fancy effects, right inside PowerPoint — without using any other program. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create this effect step-by-step — and this should work in almost any version of PowerPoint released in the last 10 years.

Explore creating a dashed line border around a shape to create almost an embroidered edge effect.

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