Now, you are probably thinking, "WHAT? I know how to make circles! This girl is crazy trying to show me." I would probably think the same thing. But seriously, I discovered how to put circles INSIDE of circles to make some fun looking borders that will look awesome on a bulletin board.
So here is what you do.
1. Open Power Point and select the Shapes tool.
2. Select a circle and open that up onto your document. Make the outline black and have "no fill".
3. Then play around with the outline. To do this, you go to the "Format" section on the top and click "Outline". A little box will come up on the side of the page that looks like this. Find "Composite Type" and, after you click it, you can choose double lines and everything! It is really fun!!
Now, here is where I became incredibly proud of myself. I figured out how to put a circle INSIDE of a circle. (Do you see above how there is an outer circle that is made of the double line and then an inside dot ring? I am going to show you how to make that now!)
|This is the measurement for the INSIDE circle.|
6. Finally, place a text box in the middle of the circles, and you can add a letter.
|I have no idea why the top of the E cut off on the picture. It is there on my computer. So weird!!|