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Positioning Objects

Once you've drawn an object and have sized it to your liking, it's important that it be placed on your slide in a way that balances with the other elements. To do this you can take advantage of PowerPoint features that allow you to change the angle of an object, and position it more exactly in relation to the edges of the slide and other objects.

Rotating Objects

At times it's necessary to rotate the angle at which an object is placed on your slide. This is useful to create new shapes, for example by rotating a square to become a diamond, or to fit shapes within the constraints of the edges of your slide. Look at the drawings in Figure 6.16. Being able to rotate these AutoShapes adds variety to the slide.


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