ADDING SHAPES IN THE DOCUMENT:
Insert a drawing canvas. On the insert tab, in the illustrations group, click shapes and then click new drawing canvas . Under drawing tools, on the format tab in the insert shapes group, click more button Click the shape that you want, click anywhere in the document, and then drag to the place the shape LINES
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Under the 'insert' tab select 'shapes' and then choose 'line' To draw just left click and drag and release the mouse to draw a line. Once you draw something the menu at the top will change to give you options about your line or options for other things like color. To change the thickness or color of the line go under shape outline and you will find options to change these You can also do a variety of other things like making your drawings 3D to make the picture 3D just select '3D effects' from the top bar. CONNECTORS: A connector is a line that connects two shapes and stays connected to the shapes that you attach it to. The three types of connectors are straight, elbow (angled), and curved. Connection points appear at the ends of a connector, and additional connection points are indicated by circular dots when you move your mouse pointer over a shape. Connection points appear as red dots in microsoft office excel 2007 and microsoft office powerpoint 2007, and as blue dots in microsoft office word 2007 and microsoft office outlook 2007. These dots indicate where you can attach a connector to a shape. Although connectors remain attached to and move with shapes, you may want to automatically reroute or manually move connectors to make more direct connections and keep connectors from crossing shapes. FREEFORM:
1. Insert a drawing canvas. On the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group, click Shapes, and then click New Drawing...
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