Word allows you to create a timeline in a document, although it is not a program for image editing and drawing creation. The SmartArt function has an extensive catalog with varied options to meet most illustration needs in a text file. There are ready-made templates that can be edited and enhanced to enhance the look and add more information to the chart. Here's how to make a timeline in Word with the following tutorial.
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Step 1. In the Insert menu of the Word function panel, access the SmartArt option;
Access the SmartArt gallery in Word Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Step 2. Select the Process type from the side menu and choose one of the options available in the gallery. The two options themselves for the timeline are the Basic Timeline and Circle-Timed arts;
Choose timeline graphics from the Photo Processes: Reproduction / Paulo Alves menu.
Step 3. Click where it says Text to edit the description fields available on the timeline;
Fill the timeline with information Photo: Reproduction / Paulo Alves
Step 4. Another option is to select the side arrow to open a simpler editing panel. Create a hierarchy in topics to fit SmartArt's shape automatically. In the graph in circles, main topics are in larger circles and sub-items are in smaller shape;
Edit timeline data in a text box Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Step 5. Explore the Design menu to change the look of the timeline. Go to the style options to see different graphic formats. Hover over items to see changes in real time;
Change the look of the timeline Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Step 6. You can also change the layout of the timeline without interfering with the already filled content;
Change the layout of the timeline chart Photo: Reproduo / Paulo Alves
Step 7. In the end, be sure to modify the type of justification of the graphic in the text of the Word document. For larger images, it is generally ideal to choose the Upper and Lower option.
Fit graphic to text in Word Photo: Reproduction / Paulo Alves