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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Word 2003 by Bill Camarda

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Changing Organization Chart Layouts

By default, Word formats its organization charts using a Standard format in which all employees at the same level of the organization appear on the same horizontal level of the chart. This layout works well in many, but not all, circumstances. For example, it can be problematic when you have many employees at the same level: Either your organization chart will become too wide for practical use, or each box will become illegibly narrow.

In these cases, you may want to stack some or all of your organization chart vertically, facing to the left, to the right, or both. Word provides both options. To change the layout of an organization chart, follow these steps:

1.
Click on the box at the top of the branch containing ...

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