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Flip Shapes in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows

The shape on your slide looks perfect. It’s got the right color and it works well with your slide content — yet there’s something that could be better? There are times when most slide designers think exactly the same thoughts! And the easiest task you can do to your shape is to flip it. There are other options — and some of these options depend upon the shape in question. Let’s use the Teardrop shape that you see in Figure 1 as an example — you can resize and rotate this Teardrop shape — however, even with rotate you are just turning the shape in another direction without making any changes to the shape’s structure. The Flip option, on the other hand, lets you mirror your shape in another direction to create a reverse image.

Learn how to flip shapes in PowerPoint 2016.

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