Word A flowchart or flow chart usually shows steps of the task, process or workflow. There are many different SmartArt templates predefined in Microsoft Word that you can use to make a flowchart, including visually appealing templates with pictures. However, if you have a process with a complex flow or you need a custom layout it is better to build a flowchart using rectangular, diamond, round and other box types. Flow charts usually assign specific symbols for different types of entities, actions, etc. To create a flowchart like the one above, follow the next steps we recommend to check the tip how to easily organize shapes in Word , which simplify drawing: Add the drawing canvas It is important to add the drawing canvas before adding the flow shapes because it allows you to use the flowchart connectors: On the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group, click Shapes: On the Shapes list, in the bottom, choose New Drawing Canvas: Word adds the new drawing canvas to your flow chart:
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Data Flow Diagram (DFD) is a diagram that shows the movement of data within a business information system. A DFD visualizes the transfer of data between. Making data flow diagrams with SmartDraw is quick and easy. Simply start with one of the many included DFD templates. Add your information and build your.