One of the most dreaded assignments any white-collar worker can get is to draw up a new organization chart—a diagram that shows the relationships between people working in an organization. Trying to keep all the boxes and lines straight with Word's regular drawing tools can be challenging at best. Fortunately, Word 2003 contains a powerful, easy-to-use tool specifically designed for building organization charts.
Beyond organization charts, you can use Word's organization chart tool to create any diagram that requires a hierarchical structure. For example, you might use it to present the high-level organization of a Web site.
Word 2003 also provides several other types of business diagrams, including ...