Advanced Flowchart Techniques: Using SmartArt for Simple Flowcharts

Created: Monday, May 11, 2020, posted by at 8:44 pm

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While you can create flowcharts of all types in Microsoft Office applications quite easily, there are ways in which you can create linear, non-branched flowcharts even more easily with just one click! These one-click flowcharts let you convert a bulleted list to a flowchart in an instant using the SmartArt diagramming feature. Before we proceed further, let us tell you that these SmartArt flowcharts are only useful for very simple concepts. They also have several limitations.

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Microsoft Windows

Using SmartArt for Simple Flowcharts in PowerPoint for Windows

Apple Mac

Using SmartArt for Simple Flowcharts in PowerPoint for Mac

Using SmartArt for Simple Flowcharts in PowerPoint

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