Learn PowerPoint 2010: Change Layout of Organization Chart

Created: Friday, June 24, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



Once you have inserted an organization chart (org chart) within PowerPoint 2010, you might need to change the layout of the org chart. The “layout” means how the subordinate levels in the hierarchy branch out from top to bottom — probably you want all subordinates flushed to the left, hanging to the right, or distributed evenly across a horizontal plane.

Learn how to change the layout of your organization chart in PowerPoint 2010.

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