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    Re: moving lines (2003)

    What line do you mean? Have you drawn a connector between two flowchart shapes? If so, select it and drag either of the end points. If not, please provide detailed information.

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    moving lines (2003)

    how do you move the line in a flow chart from the middle of the box to the left end of the box
    look at the attachment i think that the person use an auto flow chart maker

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    Re: moving lines (2003)

    For the future: it's better to post additional information in a reply than to modify the original post. I happened to notice that the date/time of the post had changed, but I might easily have overlooked that.

    The slide in your attachment contains an organization chart.
    - Click somewhere in the organization chart.
    - The Organization Chart toolbar will be displayed.
    - Click on Layout in the toolbar.
    - Make sure that AutoLayout is off.
    - Click on a connecting line. The end points of the entire connector and the mid points of the line segments will be colored; you can drag them to other positions.
    - Take care not to disconnect the line from the boxes it belongs to.

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    Re: moving lines (2003)

    thank you that worked fine

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