Adding Connectors to Your Diagrams

As you know, there are numerous Visio 2007 drawings, and almost limitless ways to connect shapes. Most drawings have their own unique visual language, and you’ll find a multitude of connectors and connector behaviors in Visio 2007 to accommodate that visual language. Visio 2007 even includes an entire stencil that contains nothing but connectors.

At first glance, connectors might seem complicated because of the large variety, but in reality they are usually nothing more than a line that attaches to one shape at one end and another shape at the other end. For example, in a flowchart, the connector is the line from a process shape to a decision shape, as Figure 3-1 shows. In a network diagram, the connector is ...

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