How to make your own Flowchart

25 Feb

Hello again. In this post I will show you what there is to know when making your own Flowchart. My other group members have covered this topic already in their recent posts which really got the message across. I hope this post will help the reader understand what is involved and how to make a Flowchart.

There are many different shapes in a Flowchart. The function of each shape must be known before even trying to create a Flowchart. A circle or oval indicates the start of the Flowchart. A Flow line is basicly a connector to and from the shapes in the Flowchart. A rectangle is a Statement and is used for a process occuring. The Diamond shape in a Flowchart represents a decision. This decision can be answered yes or no.

These shapes can be dragged into a worksheet using Microsoft Visio. You can then label each shape and connect them to make a Flowchart. It’s that simple 🙂

I found some useful information on making Flowcharts off this website…..

Thank you all for reading my Blog. Feel free to comment and like the post if you found it helpful. See you all next week.


2 Responses to “How to make your own Flowchart”

  1. sad111462698 February 25, 2013 at 3:04 pm #

    Well prepared, good use of imagery and felt you explain how shapes worked very well… keep up 🙂

  2. sad111562473 March 1, 2013 at 10:46 am #

    Interseting post! Really cleared up what was discussed in lectures. Well done

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