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Professional Development with Visio® 2000 by David Edson

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The Connection Points Section of the ShapeSheet

When you glue a 1D shape such as a dynamic connector to a 2D SmartShape symbol such as a Flowchart symbol, you normally glue the endpoint of the 1D to a small blue X on the 2D SmartShape symbol. These small blue Xs, are, in fact, the visual indicators of connection points. Each time glue is made, a connection point (if it does not already exist) is created by Visio. These are indicated in the Connection Points section of the ShapeSheet.

Connection Points Row

By default under Visio 2000, a Connection Points row has five columns.

Visio 5.0 Connection Points Cells
X

This is the X ordinate of the coordinate pair that defines the location of the connection point. It is a unit-ed number and is always ...

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