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How to create boxes in MS word and coneected them together with arrows?

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I just want to have a box with 'PC' text inside the box.  Then, use arrow to connect this box to another box and so on.
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All the items you need are in 'Shapes' on the 'Insert' tab
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Also, Insert tab -> SmartArt -> Process or Hierarchy options may give you something you can easily use...
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OK. Thank you!  Now I have boxes in my word document and arrows connecting them.  I need to type some text over these arrows.  How do I do that?
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Right-click on the box, select Add text

For the arrows, you can use Insert -> Text -> Text Box -> Draw Text Box
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