Learn PowerPoint 2011 for Mac: Texture Fills for Plot Area of Charts

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There are various fills that you can apply to the Plot Area of a chart — and a texture can often work surprisingly well. For those who want to know what a texture is, it’s essentially a picture that tiles across an area. We have explored other fills for chart Plot Areas, such as a solid color, a gradient, a picture, or a pattern. In this tutorial, we will explore texture fills.

Learn how to apply texture fills to the Plot Area of a chart in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac.

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