Create Circuit Diagram for PPT
It's not easy to create a circuit diagram directly in PowerPoint - but you can try it another way - create in Edraw and export to PPT format with a single click.
Edraw is popular circuit diagram creator used by many due to its effectiveness and practicality. No matter what devices you are using, Mac or PC, this cross-platform based software can work well and help produce quality circuit diagram instantly.
Circuit diagram is a visual tool for describing an electrical circuit by use of conventional circuit symbols to provide a schematic diagram of the components and connections between them. The purpose of circuits diagram is to help electricians gain a detailed understanding of how the circuit works.
How to Create Circuit Diagram
Creating a circuit diagram with pre-defined circuit diagram symbols and templates can save plenty of time. Nothing new to draw, through dragging and dropping existing shapes, you can complete a good-looking circuit diagram. Here are the steps:
- From the symbol library on the left of the drawing canvas, drag and drop electrical symbols, such as switches, relays, semi-conductors, etc.
- From the Transmission Path library, choose suitable transmission path to connect the symbols.
- The symbols could be edited through changing the line and fill color.
- Add callouts from the Callout shapes in the General category.
- Add a background from the Background library in the General category.
- Add a title from the Title library in the General category.
Export Circuit Diagram into PPT
Edraw lets you start quickly on Venn diagram design, and export to PPT file instantly with one button click.
The circuit diagram maker is an easy-to-use schematic drawing application with tight integration to Microsoft PowerPoint. You can convert the EDDX file to PPT seamlessly.
From File tab, choose Export and Send button and click PowerPoint to save your file as PPTX format.
It supports PowerPoint 2010, 2013 and 2016 versions.
Customize Circuit Diagram in PowerPoint
The exported circuit diagram in PPT is still available to edit. You can modify the diagram directly in MS PowerPoint if required.
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