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Introduction

When you want to add objects to your presentations, you can use Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 as a drawing package. PowerPoint offers a wide range of predesigned shapes, line options or freeform tools that allow you to draw, size and format your own shapes and forms.

You can add three types of drawing objects to your PowerPoint presentations—AutoShapes, lines, and freeforms. AutoShapes are preset shapes, such as stars, circles, or ovals. Lines are simply the straight or curved lines (arcs) that can connect two points or are used as arrows. Freeforms are irregular curves or polygons that you can create as a freehand drawing.


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