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There aren t many parts to deal with in an organization chart. You ll use basic shapes to create relationships subordinates, peers, and assistants and you ll design, move, and change branches that show the relationships among people or processes. Here are the items you ll be working with in your organization charts:
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Boxes used to name a person, identify a role, or describe a step or department. Lines that connect each shape in your chart.
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Border surrounding the organization chart. This is a nonprinting bor der, although you can add a border to the chart if you choose. Provides the menus and tools you need to add, move, and wrap text around the chart in your document. Table 14-2 introduces the tools and gives examples of when each could be used.
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Organization Chart toolbar
Table 14-2.
Organization Chart Tools
Name
Insert Shape
Button
Description
Adds subordinate, coworker, or assistant shapes Changes the layout of the organization chart Displays choices for selecting chart elements Provides a gallery from which you can choose predesigned chart styles
You want to add a new position, person, or project to your chart. You want to display the chart information in a different form. You want to select a particular level, type of shape, or branch. You want a professional look with coordinated colors and lines.
Layout
Select
AutoFormat
Text Wrapping
You want to arrange Displays text wrap text around, next to, or options for the placement of text around the even across your chart. chart Changes the size in which the organization is displayed You want to increase the size of the chart so that you can work with it more easily.
Zoom
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Entering Text
Once you create the basic chart, you re ready to add text in the individual shapes. Simply click in the shape at the top of the chart, and then type the name of the person, position, or pro cess. The text appears center-aligned in the shape by default, as shown in Figure 14-18.
Figure 14-18. Word adds text in the default font for the current template; you can change the font, style, color, and alignment as needed.
Note
The typical text navigation keys Enter, Tab, and the arrow keys don t work in the organization chart. Just move the mouse pointer, and then click to move from shape to shape.
Inserting Shapes
When you first create an organization chart, Word gives you one superior, or lead, shape and three subordinates. For most charts, you ll want to add and reorder shapes as you build your chart. To insert shapes in your organization chart, click the shape to which you want to add a relationship. The frame for the shape changes, showing that it s selected. Next, click the Insert Shape arrow on the Organization Chart toolbar or simply click Insert Shape to add a subordinate. If you displayed the shortcut menu, choose the relationship you want to add from the menu:
Subordinate Coworker Assistant
Adds a shape beneath the selected shape. Adds a shape on the same level.
Adds a shape below and to one side, off the main branch.
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Changing the Layout
The basic tree structure is the default arrangement for new organization charts, but you have other layouts to choose from. To see the different layouts, click Layout on the Organization Chart toolbar, as shown in Figure 14-19.
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Figure 14-19.
You can select a different layout for the organization chart.
Different types of organizations will lend themselves to different chart layouts, so try experi menting with the different choices to see what works best for your data. Also consider where the chart appears on the page, how it fits with your overall design, and which alignment might lead the reader s eyes in the most effective way.
Selecting Branches
As you work with your organization chart, you might find that you want to work with several items at once. You might, for example, want to change the line color for all connector lines to blue. Or you might want to add a drop-shadow to all management level shapes. Or you might want to change the fill color of individual shapes. Whatever change you want to make, you need to select the shapes before you can modify them. You tell Word which items you want to select by using the Select menu. Then make your selection from the following choices:
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