Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Stack Lines and Shapes
Create a blank new slide.
1.
Click the Insert tab in the Ribbon.
2.
Open the Shapes pop-up menu and click the Line tool.
3.
Draw a series of lines to create a map with lines
intersecting.
4.
You can change line defaults by creating a line and setting all line
attributes in the Format Shape dialog box. When you have the line
formatted, right-click the line to open a context menu and choose
Set As Default Line.
Press Ctrl+A to select all the lines.
5.
Right-click and choose Format Shape to open the
Format Shape dialog box.
6.
Figure 7-17: Intersecting lines forming the roads on a map
Click Line Style in the left pane and choose 12 from the
Width drop-down menu for a 12-point line. Click OK to
change all lines to 12 points (see Figure 7-17).
7.
Press Ctrl+A to select all the lines. Right-click a selected
line, choose Group from the context menu, and then
choose Group from the flyout menu to treat all the lines
as one unit.
8.
While the lines are selected, right-click and open the
context menu to choose Copy.
9.
Press Ctrl+V to paste a copy of the selected lines.
10.
Right-click and choose Format Shape. The Format
AutoShape dialog box opens.
11.
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