Flowcharts are probably the best way to explain processes or to put your content in a definite structure. Logical flow of any content is very important to strike a connect with the reader and to understand it. However, simply browsing from one flow box to the other can become quiet boring and cumbersome. Too much of written text may simply put off the reader while accessing a flowchart drawn in a Microsoft Power Point. But the same content find a lot of takers if your content is supported by engaging images or animation of some kind. How do you do that? Well, the PowerPoint gives you a number of to animate your text. You can make use of clipart or images along with the text in your flowchart to beautify your content and find it large number of takers. Let us see how.
1. Open “Microsoft PowerPoint 2007”
2. Create a flow chart in “Microsoft PowerPoint 2007”
3. On the “Animations” tab, in the “Animations” group, click “Animate”, and then select the animation preset from list which you want to use
Just a few steps and you area all set to make a great impression wit h your animated flowchart while working on your Windows XP PC.