How to create four factors diagram

PowerPoint 2016
Circular diagrams are very popular, and you probably tried various SmartArt cycle flow diagrams in your presentations. This tip shows how to create an excellent presentation using an unconventional type of circular four steps diagram.
A four factors diagram in PowerPoint 365

To create a diagram like this one, do the following:

   1.   On the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group, click the Shapes dropdown list and then choose the oval shape from the Basic Shapes group:

Basic Shapes in PowerPoint 365

   2.   Add two rectangles for gaps – on the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group, click the Shapes dropdown list, and then from the Rectangles group, select the Rectangle shape:

Rectangle shapes in PowerPoint 365

It should look like this:

Crossed circle in PowerPoint 365

   3.   Select the circle shape and both rectangles and then on the Shape Format tab, in the Insert Shapes group, choose the Merge Shapes dropdown list and then select Fragment:

Fragment shapes in PowerPoint 365

You will see:

Fragmented circle in PowerPoint 365

   4.   Remove the corresponding fragments:

Four parts of circle in PowerPoint 365

   5.   Copy different fragments three times and make any adjustments you want.

   6.   Place the copied fragments to the appropriate points of your cycle flow.

See also this tip in French: Comment créer un diagramme à quatre facteurs.

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