In this 6-minute video, you’ll see how to:
- Draw perfect circles, squares and triangles in PowerPoint – in just 2 clicks.
- Resize a shape without distorting it.
- Draw a shape so it’s centred where you want, even before you finish drawing it.
When most people draw shapes on their slides, they draw quite roughly. So they judge by eye how to draw circles, squares or equilateral triangles. That’s why nearly all presenters end up with slight ovals instead of circles, and so on.
This video shows you how to avoid that trap, so you:
- Look more professional than most presenters.
- Stand out from the pack.
- Keep your audience focused on your message – not on your drawing skills!
Over to you
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And if you’d like to learn how to avoid other issues in PowerPoint, or if you have any other feedback, please let me know.
Thanks for watching, and I hope your new drawing skills help get your message heard and get you noticed!
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