SmartArt Graphics in Powerpoint 2013
Learn basic and easy ways for SmartArt Graphics
Graphics enables you to impart data with graphics rather than simply utilizing content. There are an assortment of styles to browse, which you can use to outline a wide range of sorts of thoughts.
To embed a SmartArt realistic:
Select the slide where you need the SmartArt realistic to show up.
From the Insert tab, select the SmartArt command in the Illustrations group.
- A dialog box will appear. Select a category on the left, choose the desired SmartArt graphic, and click OK.
- The SmartArt graphic will appear on the current slide.
You can also click the Insert a SmartArt Graphic command in a placeholder to add SmartArt.
To add text to a SmartArt graphic:
- Select the SmartArt graphic. The SmartArt task pane will appear to the left.
- Enter text next to each bullet in the task pane. The text will appear in the graphics and will resize to fit inside the shape.
- To add a new shape, press Enter. A new bullet will appear in the task pane, and a new shape will appear in the graphic. You can delete any bullets you’re not using to remove the shapes.
You can likewise include the message by tapping the coveted shape and after that composing. This functions admirably in the event that you just need to add content to a few shapes. Nonetheless, for more mind-boggling SmartArt designs working in the task pane is frequently speedier.
To change over existing content to SmartArt:
PowerPoint makes it simple to change conventional visual cues into an eye-getting SmartArt realistic. On the off chance that you as of now have a message on a slide, you can convert it to SmartArt. In our case underneath, we’ll change the visual cues into SmartArt to help show a procedure.
Right-tap the rundown or passage you need to change over to SmartArt.
Float the mouse over Convert to SmartArt, at that point select the coveted SmartArt realistic.
- The text will appear as a SmartArt graphic.
You can likewise change over SmartArt back to content. From the Design tab on the correct side of the Ribbon, click the Convert command, at that point select Convert to Text.