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Chapter 12. Working with Diagrams and Or... > Understanding Diagrams and Organizat...

Understanding Diagrams and Organization Charts

PowerPoint's diagramming features let you add detailed diagrams and organization charts to presentations. Using diagram types such as cycle, radial, pyramid, Venn, and target, you can visually represent a variety of concepts and ideas—and make the diagrams match the color scheme and look of your presentation. PowerPoint's organization chart lets you display a hierarchical structure of your organization—and more. Although organization chart terminology—subordinate, co-worker, and so forth—is directed to a corporate environment, you can use an organization chart anywhere you need to set up a hierarchy of people. For example, an organization chart could describe a volunteer committee, school organization, club, or not-for-profit group. You can even use organization charts to show how ideas and projects are organized.


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