Squares, circles, lines, and arrows are nice—but for those of us who aren't professional artists, they don't go nearly far enough. We need a whole library of shapes that arrive in our documents perfectly drawn—and Word delivers with seven categories of AutoShapes:
Lines—This category includes Word's tools for creating freeform shapes and "scribbles."
Basic Shapes—This category includes a collection of 2D and 3D shapes, lightning bolts, suns, moons, hearts, smiley faces, and other commonly used shapes.
Block Arrows—This category includes a series of 2D and 3D arrows that are fancier than the arrows covered earlier, and can be filled with colors, patterns, or gradients.
Flowchart—This category includes ...