PPT: How to Create a Half-Circle in PowerPoint
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PowerPoint does not include a half-circle drawing tool. This articlediscusses how you can create a half-circle shape by ungrouping a Graph.
To create a half circle shape in PowerPoint, follow these steps:
- On the Insert menu, click Chart.
- On the Format menu, click AutoFormat. Click Pie, and then click option 1. This should be a 2-D pie chart.
- On the View menu, click Datasheet.
- Clear all cells, except for A1 and B1. In each of those cells type the value 50.
- Exit Microsoft Graph.
- On the Edit menu, click Copy.
- Insert a new blank slide, and then click Paste Special on the Edit menu. Click Picture, and then click OK.
- On the Draw menu, click Ungroup. You see this message:
This is an imported object, not a group. Converting it to a PowerPoint drawing will discard embedded data or linking information. Convert to PowerPoint drawing? Click OK.
You now have 2 half circles on the slide. Choose the half circle you wantand copy it to the appropriate slide.
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Article ID: 155781 - Last Review: 12/04/2015 15:21:09 - Revision: 2.1
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