Formatting Connectors within Flowcharts in Office 2011 for Mac

Created: Friday, August 30, 2013, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:30 am



Once you add multiple connectors that emanate from a Decision shape, you need to help your users decide where they branch their thought or work processes within the flowchart. This is typically done by adding a Yes or No caption to the connectors that output from a Decision shape. Depending upon whether the user’s answer is Yes or No, they will decide which shape they need to move towards next within the flowchart — the Yes and No captions can be easily added by inserting individual text boxes.

Learn about formatting connectors within flowcharts in Microsoft Office for Mac.

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