Want to create a list to attract the attention of your audience in the blink of an eye? You can create a radial list in Microsoft PowerPoint to give an appealing look to your presentation. The radial list graphically shows parts coming together to form one central idea.
How to create a Radial List in PowerPoint
To create a SmartArt Radial list in PowerPoint, follow the steps below.
1] Add SmartArt Radial list
Click the Insert tab and select the SmartArt button in the Illustration group.
In the Choose a SmartArt Graphic dialog box, click Relationship on the left pane.
Then select the Radial list on the right.
Now, add some more shapes to the diagram. To do this, right-click the shape, hover the cursor over the Add Shape option, and select either Add Shape After or Add Shape Before.
Then add numbers to the shapes by clicking the shapes and adding text to them or clicking the ‘Type your text here’ box and editing the numbers there.
Remove the textbox beside each shape by clicking the text box representations in the ‘Type your text here’ box and delete them.
We will add some new text boxes, draw them beside the shapes, and add some text.
2] Add a picture to the SmartArt Radial list
On the Radial list diagram, click the picture logo on the larger Shape.
An Insert Picture dialog box will pop up; click Stock Images.
Choose a picture from either Icons, Stickers, Illustration by typing in the search engine, selecting an image, and clicking the Insert button.
The image is inserted.
3] Add color to the SmartArt Radial list
Click the diagram
Go to the SmartArt Design tab and click the Change Color button and select a color from the menu.
Now we have completed the Radial list diagram.
How do you add shapes to a radial picture list?
When you choose the radial list from SmartArt, and the diagram is on the PowerPoint slide, you can right-click the shape, hover the cursor over the Add Shape option, and select Add Shape After or Add Shape Before to add more shapes to your diagram.
We hope this tutorial helps you understand how to create a SmartArt Radial list in PowerPoint.