How to Draw a Pentagon Shape in PowerPoint 2010

In geometry, a pentagon is any five-sided polygon and the word “pentagon” just refer to a regular pentagon. A pentagon may be simple or self-intersecting. The sum of the internal angles in a simple pentagon is 540°. In PowerPoint 2010 you can easily draw a simple pentagon shape using the shape tool. Here we will show you how to draw a pentagon in PowerPoint 2010.

To insert a pentagon in PowerPoint slide, go to Insert menu and then click on Shapes to open the collection of shapes. Then look under Basic Shapes to find the Regular Pentagon shape.

You can easily insert this pentagon into the current slide. You can use this pentagon shape to prepare geometry PowerPoint presentations for the classroom but also to make concept slides for your presentations, since you can use this kind of shapes or other shapes to embed pictures inside the shape. Also you can edit the text inside the pentagon by right clicking over the shape.

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