Working with objects and shapes in PowerPoint

objects and shapes in powerpoint

As a business professional or project manager who always has to prepare presentations in PowerPoint, you use existing company templates. But, in some situations, you have to get creative to impress your audience. Here is a simple guide on working with objects and shapes in PowerPoint to enhance your slides. Moreover, with the right usage of graphics, your presentation will become more visually appealing.

How to insert objects and shapes?

Start by selecting the object. If you want to duplicate it, use Ctrl + D.

objects and shapes in powerpoint

If you want to align your objects perfectly one after another, drag and drop the duplicated object. Then, press Ctrl + D.

objects and shapes in powerpoint

Press Right Click (Shift + F10) to open more options for selected object.

objects and shapes in powerpoint

Then, set the object as Default by clicking on D.

objects and shapes in powerpoint

You can resize the object by pressing on Shift + Arrow (Up or Down).

objects and shapes in powerpoint
objects and shapes in powerpoint

But, you can also reposition your object by clicking on Left/Right Arrow.

objects and shapes in powerpoint

Right Click to open the options to navigate with positions of your object.

objects and shapes in powerpoint

For example, you can Bring to Front (R).

objects and shapes in powerpoint

When you have multiple small objects and you want to have one image to work with, use shortcuts. In our case, you will Group (G)

objects and shapes in powerpoint
objects and shapes in powerpoint

Conclusion

Keyboard shortcuts are the easiest way to do things faster. However, with a wide variety of software, it’s hard to remember all the different shortcuts. Even though we all know they are useful, few of us bother using them. keySkillset is happy to provide the best solution on the market to build muscle memory when working with objects and shapes in PowerPoint.

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