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Free Flow chart making software?


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Any good software I could use to make a flow chart? I use Visio 2003 for Windows but I was looking for a mac equivilant, hopefully free/cheap/free-trial.
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The Powerbook comes with 2 programs that seem to fit the bill for what you're after:
Omnigraffle & Omnioutliner
http://www.omnigroup.com/applications/omnioutliner/
http://www.omnigroup.com/applications/omnigraffle/

They aren't free however. You might want to check versiontracker for similar free apps...

EDIT: They do have demo versions though!
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On my PowerMac they were licensed versions...no limits...
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