A bell curve describes the distribution of a set of data that creates a bell shape. It’s usually used in statistics and in to examine a set of data that you have gathered.

Drawing a bell curve in PowerPoint can be an effective way to illustrate data points, trends, and distributions. This tutorial will provide step-by-step instructions on how to draw a bell curve in PowerPoint. This is how we do it.

1. In a blank new slide, get a **Rectangle **tool, hold down the **Shift **key, and drag out a perfect square.

2. Now duplicate this two times by pressing** Ctrl + D** twice.

3. Get an **isosceles **triangle, hold down the **Shift **key, and put it on the base of two squares.

4. Then duplicate that triangle and resize it so now it’s got half the height of the triangle underneath.

5. Hold down **Control **and drag it out sideways so it’s now double the base and half the width.

6. Hold down **Shift **and drag it down.

7. Delete those squares because you don’t need them anymore.

8. Get the **Curve **tool, click on the five corners, and double-click at the end to finish the curve.

9. Now delete the triangles, and you are finished.

10. Fill it with a color from **Shape Fill.**

11. Give it a thicker outline from** Shape Outline**, select **Weight**, and **6 pt**.

Drawing a bell curve in PowerPoint is an easy task that can be completed with just a few simple steps. By following the instructions provided, you will have successfully created a visually appealing and accurate representation of data.