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Shape Fragment Command in PowerPoint

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Learn how you can create new shapes from intersecting lines or from shapes that overlap combine shapes in PowerPoint 2013 using the Fragment command. …

Learn how you can create new shapes from intersecting lines or from shapes that overlap combine shapes in PowerPoint 2013 using the Fragment command.

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  • 1. Shape Fragment
  • 2. Shape Fragment • Creates new shapes from overlapping area of shapes • Creates new shapes from in-between empty areas • Retains as shapes any areas that do not overlap • Subtracts nothing • Retains formatting of first selected shape
  • 3. Shape Fragment – Two Overlapping Shapes First Selected Second Selected
  • 4. Shape Fragment – Two Overlapping Shapes First Selected Second Selected
  • 5. Shape Fragment – Two Overlapping Shapes on a Third Shape First Selected Second Selected Third Selected
  • 6. Shape Fragment – Two Overlapping Shapes on a Third Shape First Selected Second Selected Third Selected
  • 7. Shape Fragment – Two Overlapping Shapes on a Third Shape First Selected Second Selected Third Selected
  • 8. Shape Fragment – In Between Areas First Selected Second Selected
  • 9. Shape Fragment – In Between Areas First Selected Second Selected
  • 10. Shape Fragment – All Shapes Overlap First Selected Second Selected Third Selected
  • 11. Shape Fragment – All Shapes Overlap First Selected Second Selected Third Selected
  • 12. Shape Fragment – All Shapes Overlap First Selected Second Selected Third Selected
  • 13. Shape Fragment Example 1
  • 14. Shape Fragment Example 2
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