How to create a flow chart with pictures in Microsoft Word 2007 on a Windows 7

Be it your thoughts or images; what helps you transfer it to another person is the clarity of your thought and most importantly, your expression. A structural representation, in this case always helps you derive the desired meaning. This is what creating a flowchart with images does to your Microsoft Word 2007 document. It simply increases its impact manifolds. It also helps in conveying the clarity of your vision and expression. The reader does not get confused and is guided through a structured flow of thoughts as conveyed by the images. Making a flowchart on your Windows 7 PC does not necessarily require a very expert hand. Some easy steps can make it a few minutes job and what you land up with is a well-thought, well-depicted and well-laid out set of images that convey a complete meaning and most importantly helps you establish an informed and engaging relation with the readers. So do you have all your images in place? If yes let us structure them through a flowchart.

1. Open the Word document
2. On the “Insert” tab, in the “Illustrations” group, click “SmartArt”
3. In the “Choose a SmartArt Graphic” gallery, click “Process”, and then double-click “Picture Accent Process”
4. To add a picture, in the box you want to add it to, click the “picture” icon, select the picture you want to display in the chart, and then click “Insert”
5. To enter text, you can either:

In case the “Text” pane is not visible, click the “control”

• Click [Text] in the “Text” pane, and then type your text
• Click in a box in the SmartArt graphic, and then type your manuscript

Wasn’t that easy? Surely you are happy about the outcome and confident about your content now

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