Sabtu, 25 Oktober 2008

How to use SmartArt Diagram in 2003 to 2007

2003 to 2007 SmartArt Diagram
To make your Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003 presentation more compelling, you might insert a diagram. Unfortunately, clicking the Insert menu and then clicking Diagram presents only six available commands, and all of your supporting text must be entered in individual text boxes.

With Microsoft SmartArt in the 2007 Microsoft Office system, you can right-click an existing bulleted list in Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 or Microsoft Office Word 2007, and then click Convert to SmartArt. Then select from the 20 default options, or click More SmartArt Graphics and browse through a large gallery of available diagrams.

You can use the SmartArt Tools contextual command tabs to change the diagram type or apply interesting effects like three dimensions or color options. To edit SmartArt text, click the diagram, and then edit your text in its familiar list format in a box that appears to the side of the diagram. Watch your diagram dynamically change to match the new text.

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