Flow chart in word
To see how connectors work, try this:
Display the Insert tab of the ribbon.
In the Illustrations group, click the Shapes tool. Word displays a plethora of options.
Click New Drawing Canvas. Word displays the drawing canvas and the Format tab of the ribbon.
Using the Insert Shapes group at the left of the ribbon, select a shape you want to create.
Click and drag within the drawing canvas to create the shape you selected in step 4.
Use the Insert Shapes group to choose another shape.
Click and drag within the drawing canvas to create the second shape.
Again using the Insert Shapes group, select the connector you want to use. (Connectors are in the Lines category. If you hover the mouse pointer over the "line" you will see a description such as "Elbow Connector" or "Curved Connector.")
In the drawing canvas, move the mouse pointer over one of the shapes you previously placed. You should see one or more blue dots appear around the perimeter of the shape. These dots are smaller than the regular handles, and they represent connection points you can use.
Click on or near one of the blue connection points. This anchors one end of the connector.
Move the mouse pointer over the other shape and click on a connection point there. The connector is now