microsoft.public.powerpoint - Microsoft Office PowerPoint
I'd like to be able to overlap two autoshapes and rather than simply grouping them (which leaves me with both), do either of the following (I need both, under different circumstances): 1. delete any part of either autoshape that isn't part of the intersection of the two shapes 2. delete only the intersection area of the two shapes, leaving any parts that weren't overlapping Is there any way to do this in powerpoint, or any add-ins? I'd prefer a free solution, but would like to know about anything that might provide this functionality, preferably within powerpoint (I know that there are plenty of straight graphics programs that could do this, but I'd like to avoid buying and learning a whole new package just to do one simple job). Using Office 2003 on WinXP Thanks, Keith
dear pp gurus, is there a way to add a certain color to a circle with pp 2003 in presentation mode. i have drawn 3 circles and i'd like to fill them with a color during presentation. thanx for a hint tim
7. Half Circle?
I can not find the Word Art formats just letter styles in Vista. How do I access text directions found in 2007?