Circular Crop

iSlideCreated at:Apr 16, 2020 15:06:41

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iSlide > Design Layout > Circular Crop

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The interface of "Circular Crop"

  • The “Circular Crop” is available for ovals, partial circles and arcs in PowerPoint “Shapes”

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  1. Count: Set the amount of rings after cropping

  2. Space: The spacing between the rings after cropping (The percentage of the object's "loop width" after applying "Circular Crop" to it)

  3. From Center: Set whether the cropping starts from the center of the circle

  4. Apply

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It defaults to “Circular Crop”. When checking “From Center”, it will generate a solid object based on the center of the circle (except “arc”).

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How to use "Circular Crop"

  1. Circular count (3); spacing (100); not start from the center

  2. Apply

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Circular Spacing

For example: apply “Circular Crop” to an “oval” and set the Circular Count as 2 and Space as 50.

After cropping, the space is 50% of the circle width.

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Example

To precisely adjust the shape, you are recommended to use “Circular Crop” and “Adjustments Editor” together.

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How to do

  1. Click Insert > Shape to insert an “oval”, “pie” or “arc”

  2. Click iSlide > Design Layout > Circular Crop and set the parameters

  3. Click iSlide > Design Layout > Adjustments Editor and adjust the size of the circle by adjusting the “handle”

  4. Adjust the thickness and color of the line, add text and more.

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The effect might vary due to different objects and layout.

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