PowerPoint has a large library of shapes that are used, for example, to create flowcharts. But that's not all. PowerPoint also lets you combine and merge these shapes to create a unique object. That's how it's done.
Merge shapes in PowerPoint
To merge shapes in PowerPoint, you must first insert the shapes that you want to merge. To do this, go to the Insert tab and choose Shapes in the Illustrations group.
Browse the displayed drop-down menu In the large forms library, select the shape you want to use. In this example, the oval shape is used.
Then draw your shape. Click and drag the cursor.
Repeat the above steps to insert the next shape. When you're done, make sure the shapes overlap.
To merge the shapes, you must first select both shapes that you want to merge. To do this, hold down the Ctrl key as you click each shape in turn.
When you have selected the shapes, a new tab appears: the "Shape Style" tab. Continue and select this tab.
tab Set Shapes group on the Merge Shapes button.
Select the desired merge type from the drop-down menu that appears, or hover over each option. to get a live preview.
Done, their shapes are now merged.