How to create a flow chart using LibreOffice Draw
To create a flowchart in LibreOffice Draw, follow these steps:

– Open LibreOffice Draw and create a new document.
– From the menu, click View – Toolbars – Drawing to enable the drawing toolbar.
– From the left pane of the drawing toolbar, click on the Flowchart icon to display the flowchart shapes.
– Click and drag a shape from the flowchart toolbar to the drawing area. You can resize and move the shape as needed.
– To add more shapes, repeat the previous step until you have all the elements of your flowchart.
– To connect the shapes, open the Connectors toolbar on the drawing toolbar and select a connector type. You can choose from different styles of lines, curves, and arrows.
– Move the cursor over the edge of a shape until you see small blue dots. These are the connection points where you can attach a connector.
– Click on a connection point, drag the connector to another shape, and release it on another connection point. The connector will stick to the shapes and adjust automatically when you move them.
– To add text to the shapes, double-click on them and type or paste your text. You can also use the Text icon on the drawing toolbar to create a separate text box over a shape.
– To format the shapes and connectors, use the options on the Format menu or the Sidebar. You can change the colour, fill, line style, alignment, and other properties of your objects.
– To add interactivity to your flowchart, you can assign actions to some shapes or connectors. For example, you can make them link to other slides, documents, or web pages. To do this, select an object, then choose Slide Show – Interaction and select an action from the dialog box.
– To save your flowchart, choose File – Save or Save As and choose a file format. You can export your flowchart as an image or a PDF file if you want to use it in other applications.

LibreOffice Draw tutorial. How to create a flow chart using LibreOffice Draw.

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