PowerPoint is a great application for putting together presentations. However, when it comes to making a presentation that is attention grabbing and eye catching, that part is entirely up to you. PowerPoint just gives you the tools you need to put together a creative presentation. Unfortunately, it won’t inject the creativity for you.
One of the ways in which you can spice up a presentation is to include organizational charts. Instead of just listing your data on a slide, why not make it more exciting by using a chart? PowerPoint 2002 makes it easy for you to add an organization chart to your slides. Here is what you have to do.
- Open your PowerPoint presentation.
- Select the slide you want to add an organization chart to.
- From the Insert menu, click Diagram.
- Six items will appear. Select the item in the top left corner. Click OK.
An organizational chart will automatically be inserted into your slide. You can easily drag the chart to any location. You can also add additional boxes. Right click an existing box and select one of the following options: Subordinate, Coworker, or Assistant, depending on where you want the new box placed.