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How to Know if Anchor is Connected in PowerPoint 2010

Attaching a connector to any shape is possible if you use anchors. This is a powerful feature available in major versions of Microsoft PowerPoint. By using connectors and anchor points in the shapes we can make robust diagrams and when you need to modify your layout and move some objects around, the connectors that are …

Reroute Connectors in PowerPoint 2010

Reroute Connectors is a feature available in PowerPoint 2010 that helps to find the shortest path between two connected objects with lines. Having the line selected (once it is connected between objects or shapes) you can click on Reroute Connector to automatically reroute the lines finding the shortest path. In this example we have used …

Insert a Line in PowerPoint 2010

Lines are very useful to design diagrams, charts or just remark some ideas. You can also use lines to separate concepts or content in your presentation slide or you can also make awesome arrows with lines. In PowerPoint you can insert lines easily using shapes. To insert a line in PowerPoint 2010 just need to go …

Connect Arrows in PowerPoint 2010

Connecting arrows in PowerPoint 2010 can be challenging for anyone newbie who need to make graphs or diagrams. While connecting shapes is much easier since each shape has its own anchor points, connecting single arrows together can be challenging in advance. But earlier we talked about how to connect lines in PowerPoint in the article …