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How to Connect Objects in ConceptDraw PRO on PC

ConceptDraw PRO provides a few options for drawing connections between objects: Direct Connectors,
Smart, Arc, Bezier, Curve and Round Connectors. You can connect objects in your ConceptDraw diagram with proper connectors using the embedded automatic connection modes. This article describes how you can connect objects with connectors and how you can ascribe different types and behaviors.
Arrow 10 Technology
Arrow 10 Technology

How to Add Text to a Connector in ConceptDraw PRO

The new ConceptDraw Arrows10 Technology is a powerful diagramming technique that powered the way business drawing created. ConceptDraw PRO gives you some tools for connecting shapes: Direct Connectors, Smart, Arc, Bezier, Curve and Round Connectors.Direct Connectors are direct lines from the point to the point. Smart , Arc, Bezier, Curve and Round Connectors are almost the same as Direct Connectors. However, they automatically move around other objects. You can use Chain, or Tree connection mode for connection of multiple objects with any type of connectors. ConceptDraw PRO allows you to add and move text on a connector the same way that you add and move text on other any object.
The vector stencils library "HR arrows" contains 57 arrow pictograms.
Use this arrow icon set to draw your HR flowcharts, workflow diagrams and process charts with the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software.
The arrow icons library "HR arrows" is included in the HR Flowcharts solution from the Management area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Arki arrow
Arki arrow, arki arrow,
Chevron arrow
Chevron arrow, chevron arrow,
Triangle arrow
Triangle arrow, triangle arrow,
Small arrow
Small arrow, small arrow,
Up arrow
Up arrow, up arrow,
Down arrow
Down arrow, down arrow,
Right arrow
Right arrow, right arrow,
Left arrow
Left arrow, left arrow,
Vertical moving arrow
Vertical moving arrow, vertical moving arrow,
Wavy arrow
Wavy arrow, wavy arrow,
Fat arrow
Fat arrow, fat arrow,
Straight arrow
Straight arrow, straight arrow,
Angle arrow
Angle arrow, angle arrow,
Double headed arrow
Double headed arrow, double headed arrow,
Single headed arrow
Single headed arrow, single headed arrow, right arrow,
Elbow arrow
Elbow arrow, elbow arrow,
Crossed arrows
Crossed arrows, crossed arrows,
Turn left arrow
Turn left arrow, turn left arrow,
Turn right arrow
Turn right arrow, turn right arrow,
L-shaped arrow
L-shaped arrow, L shaped arrow,
Corner arrow
Corner arrow, corner arrow,
Diagonal arrow
Diagonal arrow, diagonal arrow,
Split arrow
Split arrow, split arrow,
Arc arrow
Arc arrow, arc arrow,
Bent arrow
Bent arrow, bent arrow,
Go back arrow
Go back arrow, go back arrow,
Double headed semicircle arrow
Double headed semicircle arrow, double headed semicircle arrow,
Counterclockwise arrow
Counterclockwise arrow, counterclockwise rotating arrow,
Sector arrow
Sector arrow, sector arrow,
Clockwise arrow
Clockwise arrow, clockwise rotating arrow,
Arrow fork
Arrow fork, arrow fork,
Merging arrows
Merging arrows, merging arrows,
U-shaped arrow
U-shaped arrow, u shaped arrow,
Semicircle arrow
Semicircle arrow, semicircle arrow,
Circular arrow
Circular arrow, circular arrow,
Looping arrows
Looping arrows, looping arrows,
Refresh arrows
Refresh arrows, refresh arrows,
Double arc arrow
Double arc arrow, double arc arrow,
Curving directional arrow
Curving directional arrow, curving directional arrow,
S-shaped arrow
S-shaped arrow, s shaped arrow,
Short arc arrow
Short arc arrow, short arc arrow,
Long arc arrow
Long arc arrow, long arc arrow,
Turn round arrow
Turn round arrow, turn round arrow,
Rotating arrows
Rotating arrows, rotating arrows,
Turned arrow
Turned arrow, turned arrow,
Curved left arrow
Curved left arrow, curved left arrow,
Curved right arrow
Curved right arrow, curved right arrow,
Cycle arrow
Cycle arrow, cycle arrow,
Arrow loop
Arrow loop, arrow loop,
Moving down arrow
Moving down arrow, moving down arrow,
Moving up arrow
Moving up arrow, moving up arrow,
Dual short arc arrow
Dual short arc arrow, dual short arc arrow,
Recycling arrows
Recycling arrows, recycling arrows,
Interaction arrows
Interaction arrows, interaction arrows,
Lightning arrow
Lightning arrow, lightning arrow,
Ribbon arrow
Ribbon arrow, ribbon arrow,
Circular motion arrows
Circular motion arrows, circular motion arrows,

How to Create a Bar Chart in ConceptDraw PRO

Bar charts (bar graphs) are diagrams displaying data as horizontal or vertical bars of certain heights.
Bar charts are widely used to show and compare the values of the same parameters for different data groups.
The bar graph can be vertical or horizontal. This depends on the amount of categories. There are many methods in which bar graph can be built and this makes it a very often used chart type. Usually, a bar chart is created so that the bars are placed vertically. Such arrangement means that the bar's height value is proportional to the category value. Nevertheless, a bar chart can be also drawn horizontally. This means that the longer the bar, the bigger the category. Thus, a bar chart is a good way to present the relative values of different measured items. The ConceptDraw Bar Graphs solution allows you to draw a bar chart quickly using a vector library, containing the set of various bar charts objects.

How To Create a MS Visio Workflow Diagram Using ConceptDraw PRO

A workflow diagram shows a working process as a set of related events that follow each other in a particular order.They are usually created as flowcharts, with shapes that represent steps in the process connected by arrows that indicate the next step. Making a business process diagram involves many elements that can be managed using ConceptDraw PRO. The ability to design workflow diagrams is delivered by the Workflow Diagrams solution. ConceptDraw PRO allows you to easily create workflow diagrams and then make a MS Visio file from your diagrams. Using ConceptDraw PRO, you can export your workflow diagrams to MS Visio VSDX and VDX files.

How to create an IDEF3 diagram using ConceptDraw PRO

IDEF3 is a member of the IDEF family of modeling methods that can be used to describe operations in a business process.
An IDEF3 diagram provides a description of actual process flow within an organization or business, or the changes that occur to an object within that system. This method of knowledge capture is recorded in two different perspectives - users are able to create both process schematics and object schematics using the IDEF3 schematic symbols. ConceptDraw has created a solution that collects all symbols necessary to create professional IDEF3 diagrams. IDEF methodology is suitable for almost any form of business, and for anyone who needs to record enterprise architecture in a process driven manner. The IDEF Business Process Diagram solution and ConceptDraw PRO cater for these needs, giving both beginner and experienced users the tools they need to create effective business process diagrams.

comparison chart, indicators Comparison Dashboard

comparison chart, indicators
Comparison dashboard solution extends ConceptDraw PRO software with samples, templates and vector stencils library with charts and indicators for drawing the visual dashboard comparing data.