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Designer Braces

Designer Braces example of possible use

These braces are wonderfully unique – a nice departure from the version in PowerPoint. One of the versions in this series (the widest), can even handle a little bit of text (see series example). You can add all types of formatting to these brackets and resize/rescale them to fit your layout perfectly. See the tutorial for more ideas about usage and formatting. Braces are used in place of arrows from time to time. They tend to imply that whatever is on the open side of the brace is consolidated into whatever is on the right side. Arrows tend to imply that what is on the left side flows into the right side. Keep that in mind as you choose your flow graphic.


Tutorial for Designer Braces

Keywords: consolidate, compile, flow into graphic, left to right flow, brace, bracket graphic

Categories: Flows - Arrow Variations

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