A flow Chart is a key component to creating a flow of a specific program or an application. The designer can list down the activities and can arrange those activities for a specific flow. All these activities can be executed in a flow chart. The flow chart support is easily available in Google Docs. In today’s guide, a detailed method is demonstrated to make a flowchart in Google Docs.
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How to Make a Flowchart in Google Docs?
Google Docs support built-in functionalities for creating a flowchart in the document. By considering its importance, the step-by-step guidelines are elaborate below.
Step 1: Open the Drawing Tool
The flow chart support is available in the drawing window tool, which can be accessed as follows:
- Select the “Insert” tab in the menu bar.
- It pop-ups a dropdown of various options.
- Choose the “New” button by hovering over the “Drawing” option in the list.
Step 2: Add a Text box or Shapes
Inside drawing window, press the “Text box” icon to add the textbox in the canvas.
Moreover, the users can press the “Shapes” icon to choose the shapes. In this scenario, select the “Rectangle” and place it around the text, as shown in the below figure.
Step 3: Link the Shapes/Add Arrows
In the flowchart, arrows are key items to demonstrate the flow of the diagram or hierarchy. For this purpose, choose the “Arrow” option in the dropdown list, as seen in the below figure.
Finally, the flowchart is created in the “Drawing” window. So, hit the “Save and Close” button to insert it into Google Docs.
So, you can verify that the flowchart is successfully created in Google Docs, as shown in the below figure.
That’s it! You have experienced making a flowchart in Google Docs.
Google Docs provides the “Drawing” window to make a flowchart on the canvas. The window is available by hitting the “Insert” tab in the menu bar of Google Docs. Users can add shapes, arrows, and textboxes according to their demand and insert them in Google Docs. This article has elaborated on all the essential steps for making a flowchart in Google Docs.