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Create a new drawing based on a template
Article Open the Choose Drawing Type window, if it's not already open . On the File menu, point to New and click Choose Drawing Type . In the Category list, ...
Show, don't tell: Let graphics add to your story
Article A wall of gray words and numbers—is that what comes to mind when you think of documents you've put together? Using graphics to clarify text, explain numbers, o...
Excel 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
About dragging shapes onto a drawing page
Article The easiest way to create a drawing is to drag a master shape from a stencil in the Shapes window to the drawing page. When you drag a master shape onto a dr...
About Visio templates
Article Microsoft Office Visio templates set up the drawing environment to suit a particular kind of drawing. For example, the Office Layout template opens a drawing...
Create a new drawing without basing it on a template
Article Close any open drawings . On the File menu, point to New , and then click New Drawing . An unscaled drawing page opens without stencils. Note If a dra...
Customizing Visio templates
Article Applies to Microsoft Office Visio® 2003 This article was excerpted from Microsoft® Office Visio® 2003 Inside Out by Mark H. Walker and Nanette Eaton, Chapter 21...
Visio 2003
Get to know Visio
Training Overview Get to know Microsoft Office Visio® 2003, the powerful diagramming software. Discover the variety of diagrams you can make, and then create your first ...
An interview with the Lead PM for Visio, Mai-lan Tomsen Bukovec
Article By Geetesh Bajaj , Microsoft MVP and site manager of Indezine.com . This interview first appeared on Indezine.com . Applies to Microsoft Office Visio® 2003 Geet...
About ways to create drawings in Visio
Article There are two basic ways you can create a new drawing in Microsoft Office Visio. You can use a Visio or custom template, or you can start drawing from scratch. ...
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