|““Is it possible to copy a page between two Visio documents or duplicate a page (as in Excel) in a Visio document?” – Customer comment”
Unfortunately, Microsoft Office Visio 2007 does not have a feature for copying pages. You can, however, copy all the shapes on one page to the same location on a new page.
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If you're looking for information on copying Visio drawings into other Microsoft Office documents, see Use Visio with other 2007 Microsoft Office system programs.
Copy shapes to the same location on a new page
To copy the exact placement of shapes on a new page, use a guide point (guide, guide point: A reference line you can drag onto the drawing page to position shapes precisely. Drag guides from the rulers, and the guide point from the upper-left corner of the drawing window.).
- On the View menu, make sure that both Rulers and Guides are selected.
- On the page you're copying from, drag a guide point from the upper-left corner of the drawing window (where the two rulers intersect) to the upper-left corner of your drawing page, and then release the mouse button.
- On the Edit menu, click Select All, or press CTRL+A.
- On the Edit menu, click Copy, or press CTRL+C.
- Right-click the page tab, click Insert Page, and then click OK.
- On the Edit menu, click Paste, or press CTRL+V.
- With the shapes still selected together (that is, the guide point and shapes have a magenta outline and are surrounded by a green selection box), move the pointer over one of the shapes.
- When the pointer changes to a four-headed arrow , drag the shapes so that the guide point is directly over the upper-left corner.
Note The guide point does not appear when the drawing is printed, so there's no need to delete it from your pages.