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It can be a slow process to draw all of the boxes in a chart and fix their positions and contents. A better solution may be to use a macro to draw the chart based on a list of data.
The charts can be used for different purposes and therefore there is no fixed definition of what must appear in the columns.
Having created a list of details, a button can be clicked to create a nicely formatted chart. There are various options:
Click to open examples: 1 ABP Transport 2 Hospital Structure
This program won't automatically fix everything for you. It is still important to sort the data into an order to prevent connector lines from crossing. The program will build a chart which has a maximum size of 8 rows by 8 columns. This is probably the maximum size which can be fitted on a standard sheet of paper.
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