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Smarter Art: Create Custom SmartArt Graphics For Use In The 2007 Office System

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SmartArt incorporates a gallery of templates and predefined shapes that can quickly be inserted and configured in your Microsoft Office documents. Find out how.

Janet Schorr

MSDN Magazine February 2007




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