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How to add or delete box from the flow chart in Microsoft Word 2007 on Windows Vista

One of the most interesting aspects of working on a Windows 2007 PC is the extent of flexibility it offers you in terms of tailoring your content as per the need. It understands that the utility of a document is not limited to a specific usage or occasion and might need to be changed or altered from time to time. It might be re-used several times with a slight modification here and there. Apart from normal word documents, you can even make changes to an image flowchart in no time by adding or deleting boxes. This helps you add or remove details thus adding a greater meaning to the desired purpose and outcome of the document. All you need is to take a stock of the images that need to be removed or keep the images ready that you wish to add. Flowcharts are a great way to present your illustrative content and adding or deleting a great toll to help you customize them while working on your Windows Vista PC. Let us learn how:

1. Open “Word” document
2. Create a flow chart in Microsoft Word 2007

TO ADD A BOX

1. Click the “SmartArt” graphic that you want to add a box to
2. Click the existing box that is located closest to where you want to add the new box
3. Under “SmartArt Tools”, on the “Design” tab, in the “Create Graphic” group, click the arrow under “Add Shape”
4. You can either:
• Click “Add Shape After” to insert a box at the same level as the selected box but following it
OR
• Click “Add Shape Before” to insert a box at the same level as the selected box but before it

TO DELETE A BOX

1. Click the border of the box you want to delete
2. And then, press “DELETE”

Your revised document with the image flowchart is all set to go.

How to view the installed add-ins in Microsoft Word 2007 on Windows 7

You can create separate files and folders when you are sharing a computer with others at home. But in many cases you get devoid of information or the desired knowledge about a number of aspects that can enhance your efficiency while working on any kind of document. But now you can check about the add-ins and available application extensions through a few easy steps. Within application add-ins, you can get to know about varied sub-categories like “Active Application Add-ins”, “Inactive Application Add-ins”, “Document Related Add-ins” and “Disabled Application Add-ins”. Once you browse these categories, you can easily find out the add-ins that can be used to support your content and can use them as desired while working on your Microsoft Word 2007 document. These are usually external features attached to your Windows 7 PC and can be used to help you perform with greater efficacy. Let us see how you can access them:

1. Open Microsoft Excel
2. Click the “Microsoft Office Button”
3. Click “Excel Options”, and then click “Add-Ins”
4. View the add-ins and application extensions that are categorized as:
• “Active Application Add-ins”
• “Inactive Application Add-ins”
• “Document Related Add-ins”
• “Disabled Application Add-ins”

How to view the installed add-ins in Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 on Windows 7

Add-ins are a critical element when it comes to enjoying advanced features on your computer. These are more like extended applications that supplement the functionality of your computer. Be it increasing speed, adding memory or enhancing graphic features, the add-ins can simply amplify the efficiency of your work and the impact of your document. In many cases, you may not be aware but these may be already installed on your Windows 7 PC but need to be identified. You need to follow few steps to be able to locate the add-ins so that you can use them to the fullest. You can even chose to activate certain deactivated add-ins once you are able to locate them. The procedure mentioned below will help you enjoy a smooth sail while creating a Microsoft PowerPoint. Let us get started:

1. Open Microsoft PowerPoint
2. Click the “Microsoft Office Button”
3. Click “PowerPoint Options”, and then click “Add-Ins”
4. View the add-ins and application extensions that are categorized as:
• “Active Application Add-ins”
• “Inactive Application Add-ins”
• “Document Related Add-ins”
• “Disabled Application Add-ins”

How to move a box in the flow chart in Microsoft Word 2007 on Windows 7

What is your definition of a good communication? Is it something that is engaging? Is it something that is informative and interactive? Or is it something well-thought and well-structured? Well, actually all of it. Apart from thinking it right, representing it in a logical manner is also something that matters a lot and enhances the appeal of the written content. One thing that really helps in this direction is a well-laid out flowchart where every single thought has a specific positioning and adds to the meaning of subsequent flow boxes. Once you have designed a flowchart, you must revisit it to see if all the boxes are falling in a logical flow. If not, you can consider moving a box from one place to another while working on your Windows 7 PC. This can be done in few easy steps after you have identified the alternate location of the boxes that need to be moved. Before presenting or sharing the flowchart drawn in a Microsoft Word  2007 document with anyone, first and foremost, you have to be convinced. So let’s revisit the flow and move a box to get a clearer output.

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:

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

Now compare the revised version with the previous one. The difference in terms of clarity will simply amaze you.

How to insert picture from web page in Microsoft Word 2007 on Windows 7 PC

Images are an integral part for expressing your ideas. They can enhance the impact of your communication to a large extent. Especially in case of a computerized version, the images play a major role. Be it clip art, illustrations or still images, you can add any kind of images to your document. There are a number of ways for adding an image to a Microsoft word document while working on a Windows 7-based PC. You can insert an image from any location of your desktop or you can copy paste it from another destination to your preferred page. But there is another way of adding an image to your document…you can simply pull a picture from a web page in case of Microsoft Word 2007. Yes, you can do it without actually downloading the image. All you need to do is follow certain quick and easy steps and enhance the visual appeal of your document.

1. Open the Word document
2. Open Internet Explorer
3. From the Web page, drag the picture that you want into the Word document

So, follow just three simple steps and you are sorted. Your document is all set to be used.

How to disable the auto hide feature of the taskbar on a Windows 7-based PC

We all know that Windows 7 has awesome features and an intuitive interface design. Let us discuss one of the most useful features of Windows Operating System – the auto-hide taskbar feature! You might need to auto-hide the taskbar to enjoy a larger screen visibility and better concentration while doing a particular work, if you feel that constant appearance of this taskbar can interrupt in your work that you are doing. While, at times, you need to disable the auto hide feature of the taskbar, as you need to keep viewing it while performing any operation on your PC.

Following steps can be used for disabling the auto-hide feature of the taskbar on a Windows 7-based PC.

1. Click on the “Start” button
2. Click on the “Control Panel”
3. Click on “Appearance and Personalization”, and then click “Taskbar and Start Menu”
4. On the “Taskbar” tab, under “Taskbar appearance”, clear the “Auto-hide the taskbar” check box, and then click “OK”

As Microsoft has provided many interesting features in Windows Operating System, so, users can avail these easy-to-fathom customized options easily. This in-turn keeps users to have a choice of appearance of the Windows Operating System interface on their PC.

 

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