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hi im richard byrne in this video im going to show you how to create interactive charts and diagrams in google slides lets go ahead and take a look here at my google slides and i want to create a little interactive diagram about the seasons of the year so ill go up to insert and im going to select diagram and we can see a bunch of different diagram styles over here on the right hand side i want to choose cycle and here we can see some cycle style diagrams but i can further modify them and lets say i want to have four steps because there are four seasons of the year and i can even go here and change the color scheme if i want to just by selecting a different color i can reset it back to the original if i want as well im going to use this green color and now lets insert that chart now over here im going to write in winter and i can make my font larger just by using the same font tools i would always use ill go over here and ill write spring and again i might just adjust the f