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Delete a shape from the drawing page
Article Do one of the following: To delete a shape, select the shape on the drawing page, and then press DELETE. To delete a shape and move a copy to the Clipboard, sel...
Demo: Get to know shapes
Article Watch the demo Shapes are the heart of any diagram in Visio, whether it’s a flowchart, an organizational chart, or a diagram of your new house. Shapes represent...
Visio 2003
Display help for a particular shape
Article Do one of the following: Right-click a shape, and then click Help . Position the Pointer tool over a shape in the Shapes window to see a tip on how to use ...
Shapes I: Introductory basics you can't live without
Training Overview Mastering shapes is the key to making meaningful diagrams with Microsoft Office Visio 2003. This course, the first in a series on shapes, will introduc...
Visio 2003
Shapes III: Let's talk about text
Training Overview Learn how to add and edit text in Microsoft Office Visio 2003. This course, the third in a series on shapes, will equip you with important basics for w...
Visio 2003
Understanding Visio shapes and masters
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
How the mouse pointer changes appearance while you drag
Article Mouse pointer Description You can move selected shape. You can copy the selected shape. You cannot drag the selected shape to that location.
Shapes IV: Let's talk about text positioning
Training Overview Get the hang of positioning text in Microsoft Office Visio 2003. This course, the fourth in a series on shapes, will teach you this hidden functionalit...
Visio 2003
About shape handles
Article Shapes have a variety of handles that you can drag to modify a shape’s appearance, position, or behavior. For example, you can use handles to glue one shape to ...
About selecting multiple shapes
Article When you select multiple shapes and then click a menu command, the result depends on: The primary shape (first shape selected). The order in which you select th...
Secrets to selecting shapes
Article Applies to Microsoft Office Visio® 2003 Selecting shapes is a basic activity you perform in Visio before you can do other things, such as move, rotate, or resiz...
Visio 2003
Shapes II: Expertly position, stack, and group shapes
Training Overview Shapes are smart, but they can't read your mind and know where to go. Take this course and find out how to position, stack, and group shapes in Microso...
Select shapes
Article Select one shape Click the Pointer tool . Move the pointer over a shape. When the pointer changes to a four-headed arrow , click to select the shape. Selection...
Store your favorite shapes
Article As you work in Microsoft Office Visio and find that you use some shapes more often than others, or you have certain favorite Visio shapes that you want to store...
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