Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Drawing tools
Drawing tools
Basic steps
Line-based tools
The line, arrow, rectangle and oval tools all work in a similar
way. You can customize the shapes in many ways – add a
shadow or 3-D effect, change the line colour and thickness, or
change fill colours and patterns.
1
Select a tool – line,
arrow, rectangle or oval
2
Click to set the start
Add a blank slide to the end of your City Music Store
presentation and experiment with the drawing tools.
3
Drag to draw the shape
Hold [Shift] as you drag
to get a straight line (Line
tool), square (Rectangle
tool) or circle (Oval tool)
2
Click at the start
To format the object
4
Select the object
5
Use the formatting tools
on the drawing toolbar to
set its colours, style or to
add a shadow or 3-D
effect
3
Drag to draw
6
De-select the object
Line
Arrow
Rectangle
Fill colour
Line colour
Line style
Dash style
3-D
Oval
Shadow
5
Arrow style
Use the formatting tools
1
Select a tool
Take note
ake note
If you need to draw several lines, arrows, rectangles or ovals, you
can double-click a tool to ‘lock’ it on, then draw as many shapes
as you need. Select another tool (or press [Esc] ) to unlock it.
 
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