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    Flow Charting Software

    In an attempt to organize my Excel Database, (which looks like it's been hit with every natural disaster known to mankind...) I located this rather complete Flow-charting software... I'm pretty pleased with the results, although the use-ability could be easier.

    Hope this helps!

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    Re: Flow Charting Software

    >>I'm pretty pleased with the results, although the use-ability could be easier. <<

    Hi Drk:

    I was looking for some cheap easy Flowcharting software, but I don't have much time to learn it. Is this one a little obscure to catch on quickly.

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    Re: Flow Charting Software

    Not at all.. it's got a set of objects (rectangle, square)on the right side of the screen, which are resizeable... You can create your own object and save them as different object libraries. This worked out good for me, because I'm doing phone-type flowcharts, I was able to create little buttons which resemble the phone buttons and save them as a seperate library.

    It's a simple drag-drop flow chart creator, I just wish there was a better way to go from text mode to object mode. (to my knowledge, you have to click on the text mode icon for text mode, and the object move/drag icon to resize move... Other than that, it's a great little program.. Check it out! <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>

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    Re: Flow Charting Software

    For simple stuff I've always used excel (97) - how does it compare to this - is it worth the hassle of an extra program?

    Brooke

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    Re: Flow Charting Software

    I think so, you're not limited to cell-size constriants, you can create rounded lines/boxes, you can link items so that when they're moved, the line moves with them.. I think it's definitley worth looking at, in any case.. <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>

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