How to Draw a Coca Cola Bottle in PowerPoint 2010 using Shapes
This article will demonstrate how to use the freeform and shape operations to draw a simple but useful Coca Cola bottle in PowerPoint 2010. First, we start embedding a simple bottle in PowerPoint that we will use as the stencil template. Then we will use the curve shape option to draw the contour of the bottle or bottle outline, only for the half.
Then, we will duplicate the resulting shape and mirror horizontally. This will give us two individual shapes.
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Finally, we can join the shapes using the shape Union tool and then we will change the fill color.
As you can see in the image above, we have started designing the half part of the bottle and then use the powerful Union tool for set operations.
Now you can start drawing your own vectors and shapes in PowerPoint to make awesome slides. Also you can see what are the benefits of using shapes in PowerPoint instead of pictures and images. Also, you can download free Coca Cola templates for Microsoft PowerPoint 2007, 2010 and 2013 from FPPT.com