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Tuesday, June 11, 2019

How to Create a Flowchart in Word

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Microsoft Word provides built-in tools for creating and arranging different types of flowcharts. You can create your own flowchart by using different shapes and SmartArt. Here’s how to do it.

Making a Flowchart in Word

When working with shapes in any Office application, it’s always useful to use gridlines to make sure everything is sized and placed correctly. To make the gridlines appears, head over to the “View” tab and tick the “Gridlines” checkbox.

Show gridlines

Your gridlines will now appear on your Word document.

gridline preview

Next, switch to the “Insert” tab and then click the “Shapes” button (we’ll go through SmartArt later).

shapes option in illustration group

A drop-down menu displays a large library of shapes you can choose from. We’ll be focusing on two things here—the connectors in the “Lines” group near the top and the shapes in the “Flowchart” group near the bottom.

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