Select a tool from the \<emph\>Flowchart\</emph\> toolbar on the \<emph\>Drawing\</emph\> bar.
Drag a shape in your slide.
To add more shapes, repeat the last steps.
Open the \<emph\>Connectors \</emph\>toolbar on the \<emph\>Drawing\</emph\> bar, and select a connector line.
Move the pointer over the edge of a shape so that the connection sites appear.
Click a connection site, drag to a connection site on another shape, and then release.
To add more connectors, repeat the last steps.
You now have the basic outline for your flowchart.
Do one of the following:
Double-click the shape, and type or paste your text.
Click the \<emph\>Text\</emph\> icon on the \<emph\>Drawing\</emph\> bar, and drag a text object over the shape. Type or paste your text into the text object.
Select the shape, and choose \<emph\>Format - Area\</emph\>.
Select \<emph\>Color\</emph\>, and then click a color in the list.
Assign interactions to some objects on your slide.
Select the object, then choose \<emph\>Slide Show - Interaction\</emph\>.
Select an interaction in the dialog. For example, select to go to the next slide when the user clicks the object.