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# Types of Flowcharts

A Flowchart is a graphically representation of the process, algorithm or the step-by-step solution of the problem. There are ten types of Flowcharts. Using the Flowcharts solution from the Diagrams area of ConceptDraw Solution Park you can easy and quickly design the Flowchart of any of these types.
How to Simplify Flow Charting

## Flowcharts

The Flowcharts solution for ConceptDraw PRO is a comprehensive set of examples and samples in several varied color themes for professionals that need to represent graphically a process. Solution value is added by the basic flow chart template and shapes' libraries of flowchart notation. ConceptDraw PRO flow chart creator lets one depict the processes of any complexity and length, as well as design the Flowchart either vertically or horizontally.

## Flow Map

A Flow Map is a type of thinking maps which help easy organize and understand information. It consists of the set of boxes and arrows, and visually displays a sequence of events.
ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with Flowcharts Solution from the "Diagrams" Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park allows you to draw in a few minutes the Flow Map of any degree of complexity.

## Software development with ConceptDraw PRO

ConceptDraw possesses powerful tools for designing of technical documentation for object-oriented projects. The libraries included in the package allow to easily draw class hierarchies, object hierarchies and diagrams of data flows with the use of the most popular notations, including UML and Booch notations.

## Horizontal Flowchart

This sample was created in ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software using the Flowcharts solution from the Diagrams area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
A Flowchart is a graphically representation of the process, algorithm or the step-by-step solution of the problem. The Flowcharts have one or more starting and ending points. The geometric figures on the Flowcharts represent the steps of the process and are connected with arrows that show the sequence of the actions.