The basis of any content is the thought behind it. The thought, which follows a logical flow, and runs from one aspect to the other. It should be engaging and captured in a certain structure. This is especially true when you are making a flowchart on your Windows Vista PC. The aim behind a good flowchart is to help you think with great clarity and channelizing the flow of your thoughts and understanding. But at times after putting a flowchart together you might want to change the structure or the flow of images to make it more objective and engaging. Well, that is a bit tricky yet pretty doable job especially given the flexibility and ease of working in a Microsoft Word 2007 document. All you need to do is to follow some small steps to get your content in the desired order. Let us see how.

1. Create a flow chart in Microsoft Word 2007

To move a box:

1. Click the box
2. And then, drag it to its new location

OR
To move a box in very small increments:

Hold down the “CTRL” key while you press the “arrow” keys on your keyboard

An individual’s thought process is extremely dynamic. A flowchart helps to capture it without limiting it to a set number of boxes. It gives you the freedom to re-align, re-design and format. Make a lasting impression with your thoughts stringed in a flow with this magical tool.