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Chapter 3. Adding Art to Office Documents > Creating an Organization Chart

Creating an Organization Chart

An organization chart shows the personnel structure in a company or organization. You can create an organization chart, also known as an org chart, in any Office document. When you insert an org chart, chart boxes appear into which you enter the names and titles of company personnel. Each box is identified by its position in the chart. For example, Managers are at the top, Subordinates are below, Coworkers are side to side, and so on.

Create a New Org Chart

Click the Insert menu, point to Picture, and then click Organization Chart.

Click a chart box, and then type a name.

Click the chart box to which you want to attach the new chart box.

Click the Insert Shape button list arrow on the Organization Chart toolbar, and then click a shape option.

When you're done, click anywhere outside the org chart to return to the Office document.

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You can edit an org chart. Double-click the organization chart, and then click the chart title or chart box you want to edit.


AutoFormat an Org Chart

Double-click the org chart, if necessary, to open the org chart.

Click the AutoFormat button on the Organization Chart toolbar.

Click an organization chart style.

Click OK.

When you're done, click anywhere outside the org chart to return to the Office document.

Change the Org Chart Layout

Double-click the org chart, if necessary, to open the org chart.

Click the Select button on the Organization Chart toolbar, and then click the selection option you want.

Click the Layout button on the Organization Chart toolbar, and then click a layout.

When you're done, click anywhere outside the org chart to return to the Office document.

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