Learn about the properties of Merge Shapes in PowerPoint

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    In previous articles, I showed you how to draw pictures in PowerPoint, and how to customize pictures such as: moving, resizing images ... in a very detailed and easy to understand way.
    Yes, but in this article I will introduce you to the Merge Shapes properties in PowerPoint, these are also quite good features for drawings, if you know how to use these properties, drawings Your will be more unique and more beautiful there.
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    I. Attributes in Merge Shapes in PowerPoint

    Prepare: We will now make two intersecting squares, or any of them - depending on your needs.
    + Step 1: Go to Tab Insert => then select enter Shapes => then select which image you want to draw => then overlap the image.
    Here I will draw two squares and fill the first square with yellow, while the second square is red to make it easier to distinguish.
    Note: To draw a square, remember to hold the Shift key while drawing, the square will look without eye strain to align 😀
    merge-shapes-in-shapes-in-powerpoint (1)

    To color drawings in PowerPoint, you select the image => then go to Tab Format => select Shapes Fill to choose a color for your picture
    As a result, we will be as shown below:
    merge-shapes-in-shapes-in-powerpoint (2)

    Now we will turn to learn about the properties in Merge Shapes of PowerPoint.

    #first. Union properties

    When you draw two overlapping shapes that we want to put together (ie remove the intersection part), we will use the attribute Union in Merge Shapes.
    Select two pictures by holding down the key Ctrl then click each picture => then go to Tab Format => Click on the drop down arrow in the section Merge Shapes => click on Union to compose the picture.
    merge-shapes-in-shapes-in-powerpoint (3)

    As a result, the two images have been merged without showing the intersection.
    Note: At first there are 2 yellow and red, when combined, the two images turn red, because you chose the red one first, and you want to be yellow, you choose the yellow one first.
    merge-shapes-in-shapes-in-powerpoint (4)

    #2. Combine properties

    When you select this property, we will get the intersection of the two figures, and it is white as shown below.
    merge-shapes-in-shapes-in-powerpoint (5)

    # 3. Fragment attribute

    When you select this property, it will clearly show the intersection of the images Combine, properties Fragment Only the bold pattern intersects.
    merge-shapes-in-shapes-in-powerpoint (6)

    # 4. Intersect property

    Properties Intersect will display the intersection only.
    merge-shapes-in-shapes-in-powerpoint (7)

    # 5. Subtract property

    If you selected the yellow square first, then the red square => and then select the attribute Subtract then the entire red square and the yellow square intersection will be subtracted and not displayed.
    The result will look like the image below.
    merge-shapes-in-shapes-in-powerpoint (8)

    II. Epilogue

    Yes ! So in this article I have instructed you very detailed about Attributes of Merge Shapes in PowerPoint Alright then.
    These are quite good attributes while drawing pictures in PowerPoint, you can apply to your drawings in presentations to add more vivid and intuitive offline.
    Hope this knowledge will be helpful to you. Good luck !
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