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    overlapping circles (2000 (95 and 97 too))

    Is there a way to have circles overlap, and have there be a different color between them? There is some tweaking one can do using the transparency option, but if you have three overlapping circles, there doesn't appear to be a way to have other colors in the areas where they overlap. Is the only option to create an image in some image editing software and paste it in? Thanks!

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    Re: overlapping circles (2000 (95 and 97 too))

    See the attached file - it is, I believe the best one can do with ppt.
    Basically, I made shapes that corresponded to the overlapping portions of the circles and coloured them appropriately.
    After that - yes perhaps a program like CorelDraw would be the way to go.

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    Re: overlapping circles (2000 (95 and 97 too))

    Cool--definitely using the tools to the best of their ability! It's certainly better than nothing. Thanks Catherine! <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>

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