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Lesson 20. Formatting Objects > Changing Line Thickness and Color

Changing Line Thickness and Color

In Lesson 16, "Drawing Lines and Shapes," you learned to draw your own artwork on a slide, and in Lesson 17, "Adding Clip Art and Other Images," you learned to import clip art and other graphics. You can change the appearance of both kinds of artwork by modifying the colors and lines, but the procedures are different depending on whether the art is predrawn (a file you have imported) or drawn by you with the PowerPoint drawing tools.

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Drawing versus Picture In PowerPoint terms, a drawing is artwork that you have created yourself using PowerPoint's drawing tools, while a picture is artwork that you have imported in (such as clip art). If you want to change an imported picture's colors, see the section "Changing the Colors of a Picture," later in this lesson.



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