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© 2008 Ugur Akinci
(This tutorial is for MS Word 2003)
I love Venn Diagrams because nothing comes to close to expressing the logical relationships between different sets of elements that well.
With Microsoft Word 2003 you can create fantastic looking and colorful Venn Diagrams on the fly, with as many elements and colors as you need.
It helps to launch your DRAW toolbar first before you do anything else.
Then follow these steps:
1) Click the 3-balls icon (the tooltip text should read “Insert Diagram or Organization Chart”) to display the Diagram Gallery dialog box.
2) Click and select the Venn Diagram icon on the lower-center to insert a default Venn diagram and also to display the Diagram mini tool-bar.
3) To add a new set of elements (represented by each CIRCLE in the diagram), click the Insert Shape button on the mini tool-bar.
4) To move the circle shapes around, click the clockwise or counterclockwise buttons until you get the desired positioning.
5) Click the “Click to Add text” text to enter any text you want to identify the individual elements.
6) Click the Text Wrap button to apply text wrapping, if there is any need.
7) Click Autoformating button on the mini tool-bar to select a pre-saved format template for the whole diagram.
8] You can change the formatting of any individual slice by selecting it and then clicking the appropriate formatting buttons on the DRAW toolbar.