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Let's face it. Page after page of black text on white paper can get really, really boring. So why not spice things up with ...
a little color? The SmartArt feature of Word 2007 makes it quick and easy to do.
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Hi, this is Michael Callahan, Dr. File Finder and welcome to your Butterscotch Account Tutorial on how to add SmartArt to your documents in Word 2007.
Page after page of quack text on white paper gets old and color, there’s a great way to call people’s attention to important items in your documents. So in Word 2007, double-click on the insert tab, move over here and you see SmartArt. You can use to visually communicate information and there’s a quite a few types to pick from.
There are List, Processes, Cycles, Hierarchy – so this should be good for like creating an organization chart. Relationship between items, Matrix, Pyramid—so we’ll go to cycle, click this one, you get a preview of it over here a Basic Cycle, Block Cycle, Nondirectional Cycle, here’s a Segmented cycle. Here’s one that’s a Radio Cycle, Basic Radio so you have all kinds of options to pick from. We’ll pick this one Basic Cycle. And then here you see that you can put in your text.
Now this box comes up and you can type your text here. So we’ll say, grass. Look it out the next one, rabbit, fox and here we have a cycle. Grass feeds the rabbit, rabbit feeds the fox, fox feeds the mountain lion and the mountain lions killed by man. Close this, you have this in your document, it adds a bit of color. You can use it to explain thing, show concepts. Again you have a large number of them to pick from.
So this is using SmartArt and that’s all there is to it.