Learn PowerPoint 2007: Adding New Shapes to Existing SmartArt Graphics

Created: Thursday, October 1, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 7:55 am



As you work with SmartArt within PowerPoint, you’ll find that you need to add some more components to your SmartArt graphics — maybe there’s a change required in an organization chart, or you need to add a new shape within your diagram to reflect some other change. Fortunately, SmartArt lets you maintain the changes happening in the world around with just a click or two! This is normally achieved by adding extra shapes to your existing SmartArt graphics.

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