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Add an AutoShape

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If you need to add a shape to your presentation, PowerPoint AutoShapes can help.

Add an AutoShape

1. Click the Insert menu, point to Picture, and select AutoShapes from the menu that appears.

2. A toolbar will appear showing you the AutoShape options.

Tip: You can drag the AutoShapes toolbar anywhere you want on the screen.

3. Click the type of shape you want from the AutoShape toolbar, then select a specific shape from the menu that appears.

4. Drag the mouse pointer across the slide to the size you want for the shape.

5. Once the Shape is drawn, you can resize it by dragging the corners of the shape.

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