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BPMN template for Google Docs: Free Download

Submitted by sim4bpm on Mon, 2011-12-05 12:02

I’m not sure that Google Docs is the best place to draw BPMN diagrams given the plethora of very good free BPMN editors out there. However, I’m a huge Google Docs fan, so I thought I’d throw out a BPMN template for Google Docs for what it is worth. I’m just covering the basic shapes for now. There should be more than enough here to create a quick and dirty BPMN diagram in Google Docs should the need arise. I’ll try and add more shapes and refine the template. Feedback and comments are appreciated. Try it out!


BPMN Template

Sim4BPM is a proposed standard for defining business process scenarios. It’s a format for describing the events, instances of work, and resource instances that differentiate one business process scenario over another.
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