Segment Eraser in Office 365

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Segment Eraser in Office 365

If we have used the Pen or Highlighter to draw on our PowerPoint Slide, we have also used the Eraser feature that is available. Now, a new eraser has appeared in PowerPoint 365. The name is Segment Eraser at what it does, is that it allows us for precise control when we are tidying up and Ink Drawing. It erases Ink back to where it intersects with another line.

As we can see in the image below I have used the Pen to draw and to create lines in the Slide of my Presentation. Once finished, the Draw tab is selected and from the area of the ribbon named Tools I have selected the Eraser command as shown in the image below.

Draw Tab

Once I select the Eraser command, the drop down menu appears will all the available commands which are the following:

  • Stroke Eraser: We use this eraser to erase ink that has been drawn on the page
  • Small Eraser: We use this eraser to erase ink that has been drawn on the page by using a small size one
  • Medium Eraser: We use this eraser to erase ink that has been drawn on the page by using a medium size one
  • Segment Eraser: By using this eraser we erase an Ink Stroke to where it intersects itself or another ink stroke

Eraser

In the image below, I used the Stroke Eraser command in order to erase ink that has been drawn on the Slide.

Stroke Eraser

In the image below, I used the Small Eraser command in order to erase ink that has been drawn on the Slide by using a small size Eraser.

Small Eraser

In the image below, I used the Medium Eraser command in order to erase ink that has been drawn on the Slide by using a medium size Eraser.

Medium Eraser

In the image below, I used the Segment Eraser command in order to erase ink that intersects itself or with another ink stroke.

Segment Eraser

Below you can check out the video describing the New Segment Eraser in PowerPoint 365.

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