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Organizational charts in Excel

An organization chart in Excel displays the reporting relationship of a company or other entities using a graphic. Each level in our organizational hierarchy is depicted by a set of boxes. 

Figure 1. Organizational Chart in Excel

If we want to make an illustration of the management structure in our company, family tree or organization, we can generate a SmartArt graphic which uses a hierarchy layout, to create an organizational chart in Excel.

How to Make an Organizational Chart in Excel

We will now demonstrate how we can use the SmartArt graphic feature to create an org chart from Excel data representing the reporting relationships within an organization with the following simple steps;

  1. Click on the “Insert” tab of our worksheet and then, under the “Illustrations” group, click on the “SmartArt” button;

Figure 2. SmartArt Button in Excel

  1. In the next “Choose a SmartArt Graphic” gallery, click on “Hierarchy”, and then click on any organization chart layout (i.e Organization Chart) > click on “OK”;

Figure 3. Organizational Chart Layout in Excel

  1. To input our text, click inside a  SmartArt graphic box, and then type out any text;

Figure 4. Organizational Chart Text Input Box in Excel

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