Move Shapes within a SmartArt Graphic in PowerPoint 2013

Created: Tuesday, October 4, 2016, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



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SmartArt graphics are easily inserted infographics that typically place common PowerPoint shapes in relation to each other to create a strong message. You can, of course, change those individual shapes within SmartArt, as in changing a square to a circle or anything else — but what many users don’t realize is that you can do much more. You can actually move some shapes around within the SmartArt graphic if you want — this sort of creative freedom lets you adapt existing SmartArt layouts to your liking to create something new. In this tutorial, we’ll explore how to move shapes within any SmartArt graphic in PowerPoint 2013.

Learn how to move individual shapes comprised within a SmartArt graphic in PowerPoint 2013.


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