Block diagram is a simple chart that use blocks to show some elements or activities, and connectors that show the relationship between neighboring blocks. They are commonly simple, giving an overview of a process without necessarily going into the specifics of implementation. Block diagrams are commonly used to depict a general description of a system and its activity. A most known sample of a block diagram is a flow chart, used in many types of business as a common method of representing repeated processes. Easy and a simple creation, a number of objects and connectors make the block diagram a many-sided tool for various industries. The ability to make block diagrams is delivered by the ConceptDraw Block Diagrams solution. Read more
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Connecting objects in ConceptDraw PRO is an easy task. You can use Chain, or Tree connection mode for automatic connection of multiple objects. Besides the automatic connection modes, ConceptDraw PRO offers few options to connect objects manually: Direct, Arc, Bezier, Smart, Curve and Round Connectors. You can make them square, arched or angled and also set vertical or horizontal orientation Thus, you can control how the jumps and orientation occurs on smart connectors. When two smart connectors cross each other you can control how the two intersecting lines look. Read more
A block diagram is a useful tool both in designing new processes, and in improving existing. A block diagram is a type of chart, which is often used in presentations, because of its universality - the graphic blocks can be applied to many processes.The PowerPoint presentation of major process steps and key process participants can be very informative and helpful. Using ConceptDraw PRO, you can easily convert a block diagram to MS PowerPoint presentation. Read more
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