When you represent a process graphically, this is called a flowchart. A symbol represents each step in a flowchart, and the connecting arrows show the flow.
A simple flowchart follows certain rules:
- An oval represents a terminal point and indicates the beginning or ending of a process.
- A hexagon represents preparation and indicates the preparatory stage in a process.
- A rectangle represents a process and indicates the main steps.
- A diamond represents a decision and indicates inflection points in the process.
- Arrows connect all the above and shows the general flow.
2 ways to create a FlowChart in Powerpoint
- Use shapes
- Use SmartArt with pre-built images
We will explain both methods in easy, step-by-step instructions.
Let us begin.