If you want to show a process in your workplace then this can be designed using Excel´s Smart Art.

There are heaps of Process Maps in Excel that shows progress from left to right, top to bottom, one way and circular.  Here is how you can insert a left to right Process Map using Excel.

STEP 1: Click on Insert > Smart Art > Process > Basic Chevron Process

STEP 2: Enter the processes by clicking on a shape

STEP 3: To enter a new process, you need to click on a shape and select SmartArt Tools > Design > Add Shape (You can also right click on the shape and choose this option)

STEP 4: To change the process from right to left, you need to click on a shape and select SmartArt Tools > Design > Right to Left

STEP 5: To move the process forwards or backwards, you need to click on a shape and select SmartArt Tools > Design > Move Up or Move Down

STEP 6: To change the color of the process, you need to click on a shape and select SmartArt Tools > Design > Change Colors

STEP 7: Under SmartArt Tools > Design > SmartArt Styles drop down you can change the style of your process.

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