Google Docs provides you with the easiest approach to make a concept map. In this article, we will discuss the quick steps to make a concept map on Google Docs.
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How to make a concept map on Google Docs
Follow the below steps
- Open your Google Docs Google Docs document where you wish to add a concept map or navigate to https://docs.google.com/ and click on the + (Blank) option to create a new Google Docs document.
2. Click on the Insert menu –> Select Drawing –> click on the + New button.
3. On the Drawing window, click on the Shape button –> select the Shapes option and click on the Rectangle option.
4. Draw the rectangle on the Drawing area. Then again click on the Shape button –> Select Shapes –> click on the Rounded Rectangle and draw the rounded rectangle below the rectangle shape on the drawing area. Then copy and paste the Rounded Rectangle how many you need based on your requirement.
Now the structure looks like the one below.
5. Click on the Select line dropdown, choose the line, Arrow and then click on the text box. To connect the boxes, draw a line, then add a text box and write the text, then draw an arrow to connect.
The structure looks like below.
6. After connecting all the boxes, the structure looks like the one below.
7. Now, double-click on each box and write the required text. Similarly, you can add any shape from the shapes option. Click on the Save and close button to add the concept map to your Google Docs document.
8. You can also download the concept map by clicking on the Actions dropdown and selecting Download –> then choosing PDF Document,
Make a concept map on Google Docs – Video Tutorial
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Voila! it is so easy to make a concept map on Google Docs. Now it’s your turn to use the above information and create a concept map on Google Docs. Thanks for reading this article !!!