How to draw a circle around something in powerpoint

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This article discusses drawing curves, circles, and ovals. For information about drawing lines, see Draw or delete a line or connector. For information about freeform shapes & editing points in shapes, see Draw or edit a freeform shape.

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Draw a curve

On the Insert tab, click Shapes.

Under Lines, click Curve.

Click where you want the curve khổng lồ start, drag khổng lồ draw, và then click wherever you want to showroom a curve.

To over a shape, bởi one of the following:

To leave the shape open, double-click at any time.

To close the shape, click near its starting point.

Draw an oval or circle

On the Insert tab, click Shapes.

Under Basic Shapes, click Oval.

Click where you want the oval to start, & drag to lớn draw the shape.

To draw a circle, press Shift while you drag.


Notes: 

If you want to lớn create a more advanced diagram like overlapping circles, an organizational chart, or a flowchart, you can create a SmartArt graphic instead of drawing each shape manually.

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Circles and ovals are filled automatically. If you don"t want the shape to lớn obscure anything underneath it, such as text or cells, select the shape, và on the Format tab, click Shape Fill, and then click No Fill.


Draw a curve

On the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group, click Shapes.

Under Lines, click Curve

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Click where you want the curve to lớn start, drag to draw, & then click wherever you want to showroom a curve.

To over a shape, vày one of the following:

To leave the shape open, double-click at any time.

To close the shape, click near its starting point.


Note: By default, a closed shape is filled. To make sure that the shape doesn"t obscure the cells underneath, select the shape, & then under Drawing Tools, on the Format tab, in the Shape Styles group, click Shape Fill, & then click No Fill


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Draw an oval or circle

On the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group, click Shapes.

Under Basic Shapes, click Oval

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Click where you want the circle lớn start. To lớn make the shape a circle, press và hold SHIFT while you drag lớn draw.


Notes: 

By default, a circle or oval is filled. To make sure that the shape doesn"t obscure the cells underneath, select the shape, and then under Drawing Tools, on the Format tab, in the Shape Styles group, click Shape Fill, and then click No Fill.


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