Advanced Flowchart Techniques: Using Flowchart and Connector Shapes Together

Created: Saturday, May 2, 2020, posted by at 11:49 am

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Connectors are lines that link different flowchart shapes (or any shapes you place within your Microsoft Office documents). They are different from conventional lines because connectors, as the name implies stay connected to the shapes they are linked to. Move any “connected” shape, and the connectors move and reorient with the shapes automatically.

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Microsoft Windows

Using Flowchart and Connector Shapes Together in PowerPoint for Windows

Apple Mac

Using Flowchart and Connector Shapes Together in PowerPoint for Mac

Using Flowchart and Connector Shapes Together in PowerPoint

Tutorial Code: 07 02 01
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