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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Formatting Objects (part 2) - Change the Shape Outline, Apply a Shape Effect

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Change the Shape Outline

  1. Click an object to select it.

  2. Click the Drawing/Picture Tools, Format tab (depending on whether you’ve selected a picture or other type of object).

  3. Click the Picture Border or Shape Outline button.

    Change the Shape Outline
  4. Use the gallery to make the changes you want to the selected object.

    • Click More Outline Colors to display a dialog box offering custom color options.

    • Click Weight, Dashes, or Arrows (drawing objects only) to display a submenu of formatting choices for the picture border or shape outline.

    • Click No Outline to clear any outline or border.

    • Click a Theme or Standard color to apply it as the outline or border.

    Change the Shape Outline

Tip


The Arrow option on the Shape Outline or Picture Border palette is available only if you are working with a line object.

Apply a Shape Effect

  1. Click an object to select it.

  2. Click the Drawing Tools/Picture Tools, Format tab (depending on the type of object you selected).

    Apply a Shape Effect
  3. Click the Shape Effects or Picture Effects button.

  4. Move your mouse pointer over a category of effects, and then click on an effect in the gallery that appears.

    Apply a Shape Effect
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to apply additional effects to the object.

    Apply a Shape Effect

Tip

You can apply more than one effect to an object. For example, you could choose to add a shade, a reflection, and an effect with three dimensions with an image. You recall just that you must apply these effects one, using the stages described here.

Try This!

You can click the Format Shape dialog box launcher in the Shape Styles group to open the Format Shape dialog box. From there you can apply all kinds of effects to the selected object from one place. When you are done applying effects, click Close, and they are all applied.

 
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