How to use SmartArt Graphics in office 2013
Learn easy ways to understand SmartArt graphics
SmartArt enables you to impart data with graphics instead of simply utilizing content. There are an assortment of styles to browse, which you can use to delineate a wide range of sorts of thoughts.
To embed a SmartArt realistic:
Place the inclusion point in the report where you need the realistic to show up.
From the Insert tab, select the SmartArt command in the Illustrations group.
An exchange box will show up. Select a category on the left, pick the coveted Smart realistic, at that point click OK.
- The SmartArt graphic will appear in your document.
To add text to a SmartArt graphic:
- Select the graphic. The task pane will appear to the left.
- Enter text next to each bullet in the task pane. The text will appear in the graphics and will resize to fit inside the shape.
- To include another shape, press Enter. Another shot will show up on the errand sheet, and another shape will show up in the realistic. You can erase any projectiles you’re not utilizing to evacuate the shapes. You can likewise include a message by tapping the coveted shape and after that composing. This functions admirably on the off chance that you just need to add content to a few shapes. Notwithstanding, for more perplexing SmartArt illustrations, working in the task pane is regularly quicker.Changing the Smart associationTo include a shape:
Select the Art realistic, at that point click the Design tab on the correct side of the Ribbon.
- Decide where you want the new shape to appear, and select an adjacent shape.
- Snap the Add Shape command in the Graphics group. A drop-down menu will show up. Select Add Shape Before or Add Shape After to include a shape an indistinguishable level from the chose shape. Select Add Shape Above or Add Shape Below to include a shape above or underneath the chose shape.
- The new shape will appear.
To promote or demote shapes:
- Select the SmartArt graphic, then click the Design tab on the right side of the Ribbon.
- Select the shape you would like to promote or demote. In our example, we’ll demote a shape.
- To move the shape to a higher level, click the Promote command in the Create Graphic group. To move it to a lower level, click Demote.
- The shape will move one level higher or lower.
- You can likewise downgrade and advance shapes from inside the task sheet. With the insertion point in the undertaking sheet, press the Tab key to downgrade a shape. Press the Backspace key (or Shift+Tab) to advance a shape. It’s a great deal like making a blueprint with a multilevel list. For more data, you might need to audit our Lists lesson. To improve shapes on a similar level: Select the SmartArt realistic, at that point click the Design tab.Select the shape you
would like to move.
- In the Create Graphic group, click Move Up or Move Down.
The shape will move to a new location on the same level, and any shapes nested below it will also move
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