Learn PowerPoint 2007: SmartArt Graphics

Created: Tuesday, June 9, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:51 am



SmartArt graphics are a new feature in PowerPoint 2007 (and Office 2007). Like charts, these are info-graphics but the similarities end there. Whereas charts are based on figures, the foundations of SmartArt graphics are based on logic, which helps convey relationships, hierarchies, and flows through a combination of simple shapes and text. Organization charts and cycle relationship drawings are all common examples of SmartArt graphics.

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