How to Enable Merge / Combine Shapes in PowerPoint 2010 Tutorial

In this Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Tutorial, you will learn How To Enable Merge / Combine Shapes command in the Office Ribbon or Quick Access Toolbar. You can use this tool to Combine existing shapes into new ones, which uses the Boolean Geometry Principal. This tool is not enabled by default in PowerPoint 2010 and you have to Customize the Ribbon to add these commands to the list.

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23 thoughts on “How to Enable Merge / Combine Shapes in PowerPoint 2010 Tutorial

  1. Thank you for your tutorial. But I can't merge Text together ( but other shapes are oke). Could you please help me the reason why?

  2. Great explanation! Can you please tell me how to merge arrows and simple lines from the section of 'shapes' in ppt, if you know? This method seems to be useless for combining and merging arrows and lines 🙁

  3. Its much better if you add compliancing the ribbon for microsoft word 2010, its useless if you explain this without that since its need compliancing the ribbon, its better for the theme not for microsoft powerpoint 2010

  4. thank you sooooooooooooooooooooooo much for this. i was telling my dad for a month to change my microsoft version only because it was not there. you are great. thanks

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