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Windows 7: Hierarchial Charts for Microsoft Word 2007

28 Dec 2011   #1
QRASoldier

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Hierarchial Charts for Microsoft Word 2007

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^ Please see the above image.
I am trying to join those two sub-elements C and D to form a newer, inferior element, E. Any suggestions as to how I would do this in the text pane, or how else I could accomplish this?


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28 Dec 2011   #2
Neutron16

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To edit Hierarchial Chart in Microsoft Word 2007 you need to highlight chart first. If no edit Text window on the right of it appeared, click two arrows on the left border of chart. In that left edit window there are all items of your chart, but in one column with different indents.

You can click one item, press ENTER to create a new item, if it's level is to high, press TAB.

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30 Dec 2011   #3
QRASoldier

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Neutron16 View Post
To edit Hierarchial Chart in Microsoft Word 2007 you need to highlight chart first. If no edit Text window on the right of it appeared, click two arrows on the left border of chart. In that left edit window there are all items of your chart, but in one column with different indents.

You can click one item, press ENTER to create a new item, if it's level is to high, press TAB.

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If you question is not answered please attach your image to the post as attachment.
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Ok this is the image:
http://i1084.photobucket.com/albums/...P6-IMG-001.png


I'll even attach a version of it as well.


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