Did you know that while making a flowchart you don’t have to stick to your mundane geometrical boxes? There is a lot that you can do to get the desired look or appeal. You can play around with the shapes and make use of SmartArt to add value to your flowchart. You can give it 3-D effects or simply move or resize the boxes to highlight some specific kind of content. If nothing else is on you mind, you can simply add a fill color or a picture. The SmartArt graphic options add a lot to your content in terms of appeal and expression. At times the color fill itself depicts a specific idea, thus acting as a supportive element for the users of the content.
Let us see how you can increase the impact of your flowchart manifolds and make an attractive Microsoft 2007 document while working on your Windows XP-based PC.
1. Open “Word” document
2. Create a flow chart in Microsoft Word 2007
3. Under “SmartArt Tools”, on the “Design” tab, in the “SmartArt Styles” group, click the SmartArt Style that you want
4. To see more SmartArt Styles, click the
“More” button and then select the SmartArt Style that you want
Wasn’t your most sought after flowchart just a few clicks away?