# Control of turns

Transformation of simple shapes Transformation of complex shapes

Objects can be transformed with different turn effects. It depends on which direction and how many degrees we turned the object.

The angle can be tracked with the help of an extended turn line, and some figures also have a yellow rounding point.

If the object is reflected horizontally or vertically, you will get a rotation with a 3D effect.  • ## Example 1 ### Step 1 To make a donut chart, insert shape “Block Ark” . Yellow points determine the area of arc insertion.

### Step 2 The resulting figures must be arranged to form a ring and grouped, then you can rotate the diagram.

### Step 3 To sign the diagram on each slide, create a rounded rectangle with the desired size and signature.

• ## Example 2 ### Step 1 Create a slide with three rounded rectangles and duplicate it several times.

### Step 2 Where necessary, make circles from rectangles using rounding points .

### Step 3 In order for the figures to turn around, you need to make a reflection of the figure — pull the edge and move the cursor to the opposite side.

### Step 4 When all the figures are ready, change the fill color, add text and icons.

• ## Example 3 ### Step 1 There are 4 squares of the same colour on slide turned in different directions — this will allow further to make a flip of the figures in different directions.

### Step 2 On the second slide, these squares are reflected horizontally and the colour is changed.

### Step 3 To make second turn, you need to flip the squares horizontally again, flip them as on picture , and to swap the right upper and left lower squares.

### Step 4 For the last transition it is enough to rotate the figures to the same position as on the first slide.