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Chapter 27. Drawing Objects in Presentations > Formatting Drawing Objects

Formatting Drawing Objects

Do you want color? Lines? What type of arrows do you want on your lines? Do you need the arrow to be placed at the other end of the line? The drawing objects you have learned to draw in this hour can be formatted in so many different ways. PowerPoint is like that famous fast-food chain—yes, you can have it your way!

Working with Shapes

The shape of AutoShape objects can easily be formatted with color and lines, which is discussed in this section. The Manhattan cocktail pictured at the beginning of this chapter had different color and line options set for each object. The three shapes that made up the glass were colored white, with no lines. The liquid was colored light brown and enhanced with gradient shading and no lines. The cherry, colored red, had gradient shading and no lines, and its stem was a single curved line that was three points thick.


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