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Where to get Free or Cheap Circled Numbers Like This

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Last Modified: 2020-04-16
I have no idea where I originally got these numbers from but I need more of them (i.e. 11 up to 50).
These are simply flat numbers in a blue filled circle.
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Ryan ChongSoftware Tead Lead / Business Analyst / System Analyst / Data Engineer
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These are simply flat numbers in a blue filled circle.

why not create your own, let's say in a PowerPoint slide?
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strivoliIT Manager
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Such as this one?
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Hi ECHO:
Your suggestion is correct. I probably did create them. But I forgot what I did!!!!!
Now, I'm trying to create them and I can't get the height and width to be the same.
It's impossible for me to get the height and width to be the same.  Whether I check lock aspect ratio or not, I can't get the size of the circle to be the same.
Here's a graphic of my problem.

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Ah, it looks like you're in Word. Which version of Word?
Paul SauvéRetired
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what exactly do you want to do with the numbers - Word or PowerPoint  document? or some other use?

do you use any graphics app (MS Paint, paint.net, GIMP)?
  1. create a circle filled with the color you want
  2. carefully crop the image to the size you want
  3. save the image
repeat these steps to create different colored circles

open the colored circle you want to use and add a number in the center

SAVE AS a new file (ex. red_circle_20)

repeat for each number you want to create
blueblue_99EDIT:
i did this using Paint and saving the files as GIF

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Many thanks!
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Did you get what you needed? I think that you may be (may have been) in a different dialog in Word than the Shape Format dialog. Was going to double-check against Word here....
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