Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Formatting Connectors within Flowcharts

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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. So how do you add these captions?

Learn about formatting connectors within flowcharts.

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