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5. Return to PowerPoint and your slide. Close the Microsoft Organization Chart program and return to PowerPoint by clicking the File menu and clicking Exit And Return. PowerPoint closes the program and returns you to the slide. When Powerpoint asks if you want to update the object in the presentation, click Yes. The slide now [...]
NOTE: The buttons you use to add subordinates, co-workers, managers, and assistants aren’t difficult to use, and your best bet is simply to experiment with them. To remove an Organization Position box, click it, click the Edit menu, and then click Cut or press the Delete key.
· To add a subordinate position, click the Subordinate button and then click the box that represents the subordinate’s manager. For example, if you want to add a fourth subordinate to the Manager box, click the Subordinate button and then click the Manager box.
Click the Axes tab to specify whether you want an axes on the chart—and if you do, how the axis should be drawn. Click the Gridlines tab to add or remove horizontal and vertical gridlines to your chart. Click the Legend tab to specify whether you want a legend.
3. Specify the chart type. Microsoft Graph initially plots your data in a three-dimensional bar chart, but Microsoft Graph supplies more than a dozen types of charts. To choose or review the chart types available, first verify that the Chart Object is selected (if it isn’t, click it to select it). Click the Chart menu [...]