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Answered By: Kate Anderson, Business Librarian
Last Updated: Mar 25, 2016     Views: 232

In Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, or Excel, click the "Insert" tab to access a feature called SmartArt (below is a screenshot of this process using Word 2013). 

Within the categories of SmartArt graphics, you'll likely find whichever type of flow chart you need. 

You can add or delete boxes, change the shapes used, and edit colors and fonts.  Click [Text] and type in the text you want to appear in the specific box.


The official Microsoft Office website features various tutorials and instructions for how to create SmartArt.

Comments (1)

  1. Awesome answer! Thanks for posting this information so I can make a professional looking flowchart for the revenue cycle of a PPS in my medical billing & insurance class.
    by Arlene McQuality on May 27, 2015.