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PowerPoint seems to be everywhere. It's often the first thing that people think about when they have to create a presentation, which is great from our perspective - but is it for you?
Do you know how to quickly create a solid, engaging presentation with PowerPoint?
Do you know how to unlock PowerPoint's more advanced features?
Do you know how to use PowerPoint to leave your audience inspired and impressed?
If your answer to any of these questions is "no", the PowerPoint blog can help. We'll serve up how-to's and tips for experienced presenters and novice presenters alike.
PowerPoint has a lot of great pre-set shapes, but sometimes what you really need is a tailor-made shape for your presentation. If you’re looking to go beyond the Freeform Tool and create more complex custom shapes, there's a feature called Combine Shapes in PowerPoint 2010 that helps you do just that! It uses the principles of Boolean Geometry, to help you create new shapes by combining multiple shapes in one of four ways: Union, Combine, Subtract, or Intersect.