Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Create an Organization Chart, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
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- [Voiceover] On the Insert tab in the Ribbon, in Excel…there's an illustrations group.…Now depending upon your screen resolution,…the buttons that you're seeing…here might be shaped a little bit differently.…But there is a button in here called SmartArt.…The description is 'insert a SmartArt graphic…to visually communicate information.'…I won't read the entire remaining part…of the description, but it does point to an organization…chart as a possibility.…Actually, what we get here when we click…this button, ultimately, are up to 221…different diagrams, most of which can have text in them.…
And they come in a variety of shapes and forms.…We can go to them by group here.…If you are interested in an organization chart,…that's what we'll be showing here.…Let's go to Hierarchy, and we see here…13 different variations.…Each one of these has a slightly different name,…the basic one is called Organization Chart,…and if you click it, you'll get a description…of it to the right. Here's some variations on it,…the one to the right is called…
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