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Tuesday, July 9, 2019

How to Merge Shapes in PowerPoint

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PowerPoint features a large library of shapes used for things like creating flowcharts. That’s not all, though—PowerPoint also lets you combine and merge these shapes to create a unique object. Here’s how.

Merging Shapes in PowerPoint

To merge shapes in PowerPoint, you’ll first need to insert the shapes you wish to merge. To do so, head over to the “Insert” tab and select “Shapes” found in the “Illustrations” group.

Shape option in illustration group of insert tab

On the drop-down menu that appears, browse through the large library of shapes and select the one you want to use. We’ll use the oval shape in this example.

Select oval shape from library

Next, draw your shape. You can do so by clicking and dragging your cursor.

Draw a shape in PowerPoint GIF

Repeat the steps above to insert your next shape. Once ready, make sure the shapes are overlapping.

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