Target Diagrams

Created: Wednesday, February 15, 2012, posted by Geetesh at 12:05 pm

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Target diagrams are drawings that typically have circles of various sizes overlaid over each other, as you can see in the Figure below.

Target Diagram

You can learn how to create this type of target diagram in this tutorial (we plan to have a Mac version of this tutorial up soon):

See Also: Add Circular Text to Target Diagrams in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows


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