On Friday my boss gave me a piece of paper with a big, icky flowchart scrawled on it and told me to make it pretty.
Most of the boxes on the chart will contain a lot of information - bulleted lists, etc. The arrows pointing between the boxes will have accompanying text above or below them. The structure would not fit conveniently into an org-chat template - there are too many arrows and too much information in the boxes, and I’m having trouble manipulating the org chart template (Powerpoint) to make it do what I want.
I’ve already asked everyone in my office with a clue. No one can help me.
Do I a) do it in MS Word? I could make the flow-chart boxes into text boxes and line-draw the arrows. But then how do I get the text near the arrows?
b) wrestle with the org chart template in Powerpoint and hope for the best? Then I have the same problem of how to put the text near the arrows.
c) Attempt Excel? The lines on the spreadsheet might give me more control.
d) Open Microsoft Publisher? :eek: I don’t know the program very well at all.
I’ve opened all of these programs and done a Help search on “flowchart, flow-chart, chart, etc.” with no luck.
Mods, I apologize if this is in the wrong place. I promise not to start “manhatten (sic) is a nazi” Pit thread if y’all move it.