Summary: Quickly add organizational charts to your Word 2003 documents, and learn how to spice them up.
If your Word 2003 document needs an organization chart to illustrate a key point, you can easily add one to your document. Choose “Insert” – “Picture” – “Organization Chart”. From here you can expand and label your chart:
* Label a square: Double-click on a box and start typing text.
* Add a subordinate, coworker, or assistant square: Click on a square, then click the “Insert Shape” pull-down in the “Organization Chart” toolbar.
* Change the layout. Click the “Layout” pull-down in the “Organization Chart” toolbar.
* Change the look of the boxes. Click the lightning bolt icon in the “Organization Chart” toolbar and choose a style from the “Organization Chart Style Gallery” dialog that appears.