Who said school and work meetings have to be boring? Graphics are quick and easy ways to display information without feeling buttoned for graphs and tables. Here, we will learn how to add and use the custom drawing tab for Microsoft PowerPoint. You will also learn how to add your own graphics.
studies over the years It has proven Visual data helps retain when a message is delivered. For this reason, everyone from teachers to professional speakers tend to use pictures, graphics, or short videos to drive points home when giving a presentation. Drawing in PowerPoint is a great way to get attention.
Using the drawing feature allows you to add these visuals once you know how to find the right tab in PowerPoint. While it’s not immediately obvious how to use the feature, you’re just a few clicks away from first adding the tab, then drawing in PowerPoint.
How to add the Drawing tab to PowerPoint
1. To activate the Draw tab, Right-click anywhere on your PowerPoint ribbon. Then select Customize Ribbon from the context menu that appears. This step will open the PowerPoint Options window on the Customize Ribbon tab.
2. Next, select the check box next to Sketch under the Customize Ribbon section. finally, Click OK. You should notice that a new tab named Draw has been added to your PowerPoint ribbon.
How to draw in PowerPoint
1. To start drawing on PowerPoint, Go to the Draw tab at the top of the app.
2. Select your preferred drawing medium under the Drawing Tools section. By default, you can choose between a black pen, a red pen, and a yellow highlighter.
3. To modify your drawing tools, Right-click on any of them and select either Edit Tool or Add Another Tool.