160 - Constructing a Genogram on Word or Excel Microsoft...

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Constructing a Genogram on Word or Excel Microsoft Word is a simple way to construct your Genogram on the computer. If you have Microsoft Excel you may find this easier, as you can use the grids of the spreadsheet to keep your Genogram level. Then when you are ready to print in Excel you can print without the gridlines. Begin by Right clicking the mouse anywhere on the menu bar at the top (e.g. on File). A drop down menu appears allowing you to Left click on Drawing and a Toolbar will appear beginning with the word Draw on the left and various lines, arrows, a paintbrush, etc. across the Toolbar. To create a Square (male) and a Circle (female): Left click the rectangle in the toolbar once, then left click again in the body of your document. (Hint: if you double click on the rectangle (or any symbol), you can create numerous squares (or whatever symbol you chose) by continuing to left click in various parts of the document). Complete the same process on the oval to create a circle (female).
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course SFL 160 taught by Professor Brianwilloughby during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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