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What does the word “shape” mean to you? Do you imagine a square, a circle, a heart, or even a smiley face? Yes, all those are shapes,as are the hundreds of other recognizable outlines or figures that we call shapes in our daily conversations.
Shapes play a significantrole within any slides you create for your PowerPoint presentation. In many ways, shapes are like the buildingblocks of almost anything you do on your PowerPoint slides. PowerPointprovides hundreds of shapes efficiently categorized into 9 types or categories. You can do so much with these shapes. For example, you cancombine shapes to create your own unique shapes, format shapeswith fills, lines, and effects, and even group or layer them to createmore amazing graphics. You can even create flowcharts withthese shapes. This tutorial explores the various types of shapes available within PowerPoint.
To look at these different types of shapes, choose the Insert tab (or even the Home tab) of theRibbon, and click the Shapesbutton to bring up a gallery, as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1: Shapes gallery
If you can't see all shape categories available within the Shapes gallery, use the scrollbar on the rightside,as shown in Figure 2, below.
Figure 2: More Shape categories in the Shapes gallery
PowerPoint 2016 for Mac sorts these different shape types into nine categories,as explained below:
Straight and curved lines, with or without arrowheads (see Figure 3). Also, you'll findoptions to create freeform paths and scribbles. In addition, lines also work as connectors, which link individual shapes and other slideobjects via straight, curved, or elbow branches.
Figure 3: Lines
Other than the ubiquitous simple rectangle, PowerPoint provides several types of other rectanglesincluding those with rounded and snipped corners (see Figure 4).
Figure 4: Rectangles
3. Basic Shapes
Common shapes such as ovals, triangles, cubes, hearts, etc. (see Figure 5).
Figure 5: Basic Shapes
4. Block Arrows
A comprehensive assortment of arrow shapes (see Figure 6).
Figure 6: Block Arrows
5. Equation Shapes
Common mathematical and equation symbols (see Figure 7).
Figure 7: Equation Shapes
Several standard flowchart symbols such as Process, Decision, Data, etc. can be found within this category (see Figure 8).
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Figure 8: Flowchart
7. Stars and Banners
Stars with 4 until 32 points, explosions, scrolls, and banners (see Figure 9).
Figure 9: Stars and Banners
Provides speech and thought bubbles, and line callouts too (see Figure 10).
Figure 10: Callouts
9. Action Buttons
A special category of buttons that enables you to add push style buttons that allow you to addnavigation between slides and other interactivity (seeFigure 11).
Figure 11: Action Buttons
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Other than the categories mentioned above, the Shapes drop-down gallery also includes aRecently Used Shapes category right on top that lists any shapes that you use often (see Figure 12). Allthese shapes are also visible in their normal location in the Shapes drop-down gallery.
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Figure 12: Recently Used Shapes