Create Organic Boxes in PowerPoint

Created: Thursday, August 16, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am

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You may call them squares or rectangles, or if you are Metro-inspired, you may call them tiles. For the reasons of simplicity, let us just call them boxes. It does not matter what you call them, but most presenters use these boxes so often in their slides. It’s easy to understand why these boxes are so popular – they can be added to your slides with one click, and you can type any text right inside them.

Learn how to create organic looking boxes in PowerPoint.

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