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Ten Minute Guide to Microsoft® Visio® 2002 by Eric R. Infanti

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Using Connectors

Connectors have start and end points and are important traits to understand when connecting arrows, for example. The Connector starting point is identified by a small cross-hair (x), and the ending point is a small cross (+). Figure 9.1 shows a Connector and its beginning and ending points enlarged. The starting and ending points are defined as you create the connector by using the click and drag technique, and then simply placing the points. The first click of the click and drag is the starting point. As connection points and ends interconnect successfully, a highlighted red cube indicates a successful link.

Figure 9.1. Beginning and ending points of a connector.

Connection points on a SmartShape are indicated by a small blue ...

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