Drawing a flowchart and displaying it in Excel is super easy using Edraw. It has a special flowchart toolkit including professional tools, symbols and templates tailored for flowcharts. What you need to do is to add symbols from the pre-defined library, and automatically add more shapes by clicking on floating buttons. When it's done, one more click on the Export button, you can convert the file to Excel XLSX format, with everything showing perfectly. Edraw is working well not only on Mac OS, but also on PC and Linux.
Flowchart is a visual documentation showing how steps in a progress fit together. Each step in the process is represented by a certain symbol and the symbols are linked together with arrows showing the process flow direction. Flowchart is helpful in understanding, defining and analyzing a process.
With an extensive collection of accurate, ready-to-use flowchart symbols and templates, you are able to make presentation-quality flowcharts effortlessly, with no prior experience needed. View a more detailed guide on how to draw flowchart.
With one more step, the flowchart is converted to Excel seamlessly. As the picture shows below, it still remains of high quality.
Simply go to the File tab, click the Export button and choose Excel to save your file as XLSX format.
It supports Excel 2007, 2010 and 2013 versions.
The vector feature of the exported flowchart remains in the MS Excel. You can still edit text, recolor shape, and apply a quick style in MS Excel.
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