Create an organization chart

If you want to illustrate the reporting relationships in your company or organization, you can create a SmartArt graphic that uses an organization chart layout, such as Organization Chart, or you can use Microsoft Office Visio 2007 to create an organization chart. If you have Office Visio 2007, you can read more about when Visio is the best way to create your organization chart.

This article discusses creating an organization chart. If you want to create a SmartArt graphic that represents a family tree, see Create a Family Tree in PowerPoint 2007.

 Important   Organization Chart, previously called Microsoft Organization Chart 2.0, is an add-in for 2007 Office release programs that you can add to your document or presentation from the Insert Object dialog box. Organization Chart has been available since the release of Microsoft PowerPoint 95. There have not been any significant changes to the program since its initial release, and there are no plans to add any significant functionality to the product in the future. It is recommended that for new organization charts that you use SmartArt graphics or Office Visio 2007

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 Tip   You can create an organization chart with pictures of the people in your organization.

Picture Organization Chart layout

Overview of creating an organization chart

An organization chart graphically represents the management structure of an organization, such as department managers and nonmanagement employees within a company. By using a SmartArt graphic in Microsoft Office Excel 2007, Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007, or Microsoft Office Word 2007, you can create an organization chart and include it in your worksheet, presentation, or document. To create an organization chart quickly and easily, you can type or paste text in your organization chart and then have the text automatically positioned and arranged for you.

When you add an assistant box to an organization chart layout, such as Organization Chart, a bullet with a line attached indicates the assistant box in the Text pane.

Organization Chart layout with 1 manager, 2 subordinates, and 1 assistant shapes.

Although you can use other hierarchy layouts to create an organization chart, the assistant box and the hanging layouts are available only with organization chart layouts.

To quickly add a designer-quality look and polish to your SmartArt graphic, you can change the colors or apply a SmartArt Style to your organization chart. You can also add effects, such as glows, soft edges, or 3-D effects. In Office PowerPoint 2007 presentations, you can animate your organization chart.

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Create an organization chart

  1. On the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group, click SmartArt.

Illustrations group Ribbon Image

  1. In the Choose a SmartArt Graphic gallery, click Hierarchy, click an organization chart layout (such as Organization Chart), and then click OK.
  2. To enter your text, do one of the following:
  • Click in a box in the SmartArt graphic, and then type your text.

 Note   For best results, use this option after you add all of the boxes that you want.

  • Click [Text] in the Text pane, and then type your text.
  • Copy text from another location or program, click [Text] in the Text pane, and then paste your text.

 Note   If the Text pane is not visible, click the control.

Text Pane control

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Add or delete boxes in your organization chart

Add a box

  1. Click the SmartArt graphic that you want to add a box to.
  2. Click the existing box that is located closest to where you want to add the new box.
  3. Under SmartArt Tools, on the Design tab, in the Create Graphic group, click the arrow under Add Shape, and then do one of the following:

SmartArt Tools Design tab image

If you don't see the SmartArt Tools or Design tabs, make sure that you've selected a SmartArt graphic.

  • To insert a box at the same level as the selected box but following it, click Add Shape After.
  • To insert a box at the same level as the selected box but before it, click Add Shape Before.
  • To insert a box one level above the selected box, click Add Shape Above.

The new box takes the position of the selected box, and the selected box and all of the boxes directly below it are each demoted one level.

  • To insert a box one level below the selected box, click Add Shape Below.

The new box is added after the other box at the same level.

  • To add an assistant box, click Add Assistant.

The assistant box is added above the other boxes at the same level in the SmartArt graphic, but it is displayed in the Text pane after the other boxes at the same level.

Add Assistant is available only for organization chart layouts. It is not available for hierarchy layouts, such as Hierarchy.

Delete a box

To delete a box, click the border of the box you want to delete, and then press DELETE.

 Notes 

  • When you need to add a box to your relationship graphic, experiment with adding the shape before or after the selected shape to get the placement you want for the new shape. It’s simple to fix common SmartArt mistakes.
  • To add a shape from the Text pane:
    1. At the shape level, place your cursor at the end of the text where you want to add a new shape.
    2. Press ENTER, and then type the text that you want in your new shape.
    3. To add an assistant box, press ENTER while an assistant box is selected in the Text pane.
  • Although you cannot automatically connect two top-level boxes with a line in the organization chart layouts, such as Organization Chart, you can imitate this look by adding a box to your SmartArt graphic and then drawing a line to connect the boxes.
  • To move a box, click the box that you want to move and then drag the box to its new location. To move or "nudge" the box in very small increments, hold down CTRL while you press the arrow keys on your keyboard.

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Change a solid line to a dotted line

To show a dotted-line reporting relationship between two boxes, change the style of the line between the two boxes.

  1. Click the SmartArt graphic whose line you want to change.
  2. Right-click the line, and then click Format Shape on the shortcut menu.
  3. Click Line Style, and then click the Dash type that you want.

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Change the hanging layout of your organization chart

A hanging layout affects the layout of all boxes below the selected box.

  1. Click the box in the organization chart that you want to apply a hanging layout to.
  2. Under SmartArt Tools, on the Design tab, in the Create Graphic group, click Layout, and then do one of the following:

SmartArt Tools Design tab image

If you don't see the SmartArt Tools or Design tabs, make sure that you've selected a SmartArt graphic.

  • To center all of the boxes below the selected box, click Standard.

Organization chart with Standard hanging layout

  • To center the selected box above the boxes below it and arrange the boxes below it horizontally with two boxes in each row, click Both.

Organization chart with Both hanging layout

  • To arrange the selected box to the right of the boxes below it and left-align the boxes below it vertically, click Left Hanging.

Organization chart with  Left Hanging layout

  • To arrange the selected box to the left of the boxes below it and right-align the boxes below it vertically, click Right Hanging.

Organization chart with Right Hanging layout

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Change the colors of your organization chart

You can apply color combinations that are derived from the theme colors (theme colors: A set of colors that is used in a file. Theme colors, theme fonts, and theme effects compose a theme.) to the boxes in your SmartArt graphic.

  1. Click the SmartArt graphic whose color you want to change.
  2. Under SmartArt Tools, on the Design tab, in the SmartArt Styles group, click Change Colors.

SmartArt Tools Design tab image

If you don't see the SmartArt Tools or Design tabs, make sure that you've selected a SmartArt graphic.

  1. Click the color combination that you want.

 Tip   When you place your pointer over a thumbnail, you can see how the colors affect your SmartArt graphic.

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Change the background color of a box in your organization chart

  1. Right-click the border of a box, and then click Format Shape on the shortcut menu.
  2. Click the Fill pane, and then click Solid fill.
  3. Click Color Button image, and then click the color that you want.
  4. To specify how much you can see through the background color, move the Transparency slider, or enter a number in the box next to the slider. You can vary the percentage of transparency from 0% (fully opaque, the default setting) to 100% (fully transparent).

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Apply a SmartArt Style to your organization chart

A SmartArt Style is a combination of various effects, such as line style, bevel, or 3-D, that you can apply to the boxes in your SmartArt graphic to create a unique and professionally designed look.

  1. Click the SmartArt graphic whose SmartArt Style you want to change.
  2. Under SmartArt Tools, on the Design tab, in the SmartArt Styles group, click the SmartArt Style that you want.

To see more SmartArt Styles, click the More button button image.

If you don't see the SmartArt Tools or Design tabs, make sure that you've selected a SmartArt graphic.

 Notes 

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Animate your organization chart

If you're using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007, you can animate your organization chart to emphasize each box, each branch, or each hierarchical level.

  1. Click the SmartArt graphic organization chart that you want to animate.
  2. On the Animations tab, in the Animations group, click Animate, and then click By branch one by one.

Animations tab image

 Note    If you copy an organization chart that has an animation applied to it to another slide, the animation is also copied.

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