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Vocabulary

TermDefinition
assistant In an organization chart, a person who reports directly to a superior
demote To make an item subordinate to another item
organization chart A graphic that shows the relationships between personal or departments in an organization
promote To make an item superior to another item
SmartArt graphic A visual representation of information
SmartArt layout A particular arrangement of shapes that a graphic can have. Examples include list, process, cycle, hierarchy, etc.
subordinates In an organization chart, persons or departments who are subordinate to another person or department
text pane Fly-out plane that allows you to key information for a SmartArt graphic
top-level shape In an organizational chart, the person or department at the head of an organization
Created by: jwolper99