Illustrating with diagrams: Using SmartArt


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Illustrating with diagrams: Using SmartArt

SmartArt is diagram art that replaces the old diagram Gallery in earlier versions of Word. And you may have used SmartArt in something like Microsoft PowerPoint. Word 2010 has all the same SmartArt, and includes some SmartArt that's optimized for use in printed documents, or documents viewed onscreen. To insert SmartArt in a document, we're going to position our insertion point and then simply choose Insert, and choose SmartArt to open the Choose a SmartArt Graphic dialog box.

There are a list of categories. Some of the SmartArt appears in more than one category. So, for example, these are different ways to present a list. You can read the description that tells you that this is for a large amount of text, that's great to know, or this description that says several groups of information with large amounts of Level 2 text, in other words, the text that would be a subheading, a good choice for bulleted lists, or, for example, a vertical chevron list.

So we start with lists. The A...

Illustrating with diagrams: Using SmartArt
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Illustrating with diagrams: Using SmartArt provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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