PowerPoint 2010: Shape Union Subtract
Want to show a lock and key effect, but having difficulty getting the two shapes to match? PowerPoint 2010 now allows the user to use one shape as a template to make a cut in another shape. This tutorial details how to use this function in a useful real-life example.
Watch this PowerPoint 2010 tutorial to see the new Shape Union Subtract tool in action.
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