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Any more feedback? The more you tell us the more we can help. Drag a shape from the Shapes window and drop it on the page. Leave the mouse pointer over the shape until four arrows appear around the sides. These are AutoConnect arrows, which give you several ways to automatically connect shapes. Hold the mouse pointer over one of the arrows and a mini toolbar appears, holding the top four shapes in the Quick Shapes area.

Move the pointer over each to see a preview of that shape on your diagram. Click the one that you want, and that shape appears with a connector between it and your first shape. Drag a shape from the Shapes window and hold it over a shape on the page until the arrows appear, then drop the shape on top of one of the arrows. Hold the pointer over a shape until the arrows appear, then grab an arrow, drag it to a shape you want to connect to, and drop it in the middle of the second shape.

Note: Some templates have other handy ways to add and connect shapes. Click a shape once and start typing. Select a shape that has text. Click Home and use tools in the Font and Paragraph groups to format the text. On the Design tab, in the Themes group, move the pointer slowly over the different themes.

Each theme adds different colors and effects to the diagram. Click the one you want to apply. Click one of the background designs. Now look down at the bottom of Visio, just under the drawing page. There are two tabs: Page-1 and VBackground Page-1 is the page with the shapes on it, and VBackground-1 is a background page you just added.

Click VBackground-1 to see just the background page, and then click Page-1 to go back to the diagram. Click one of the options to add it to the diagram. Notice the border and title are added to the background page, so if you want to add the title, click the tab for the background page. Now click Title once and start typing. The title changes to your new text. Visio allows you to apply built-in templates, to apply your own custom templates, and to search from a variety of templates available on Office.

To use one of the built-in templates, under Template Categories , click the category that you want, and then click the template that you want and click Create.

To use your own template that you previously created, under Other Ways to Get Started , click New from existing , navigate to the file that you want and click Create New. To find a template on Office. Note: You can also search for templates on Office. To search for templates on Office. In the Search Office. Note: You are in the Backstage view when you first open Visio. If you have just opened Visio, proceed to the next step. When the diagram template opens, most of the space is taken up with a blank diagramming page.

Along the side is the Shapes window, which contains several stencils full of shapes. The stencils are identified by title bars at the top of the Shapes window; you might need to scroll the title bar pane to see them all. When you click a stencil title bar, the shapes appear in the pane below.

In the left pane of the Open dialog box, click the drive or folder that contains the drawing. In the right pane of the Open dialog box, open the folder that contains the drawing that you want.

You can save your diagram as a standard Visio file that you can share with other people who have Visio. In addition, there are many different formats that you can save your diagram in directly from the Save As dialog box.

Click Save As , and then select a format in the Save as type list. Web page in HTM format. Image files and other resource files are saved in a subfolder of the location where you save the HTM file. For more information about how to add shapes, see Use the Shapes window to organize and find shapes and Find more shapes and stencils. To add a shape to the drawing page so that it is automatically connected when it is added to the page, do the following:.

Hold your pointer over the shape that is already on the page. Notice that small blue arrows appear on the four sides of the shape. These are AutoConnect arrows that you can use to connect shapes.

A mini toolbar that contains four shapes appears, and a preview shape might also appear on the page. As you move the pointer over the shapes in the mini toolbar, previews of the shapes appear.

The shapes on the toolbar are the top four shapes from the Quick Shapes area. To automatically connect two shapes when you drag the second shape onto the page, do the following:. Drag a second shape onto the drawing page and hold it so it covers the first shape, but do not drop it yet. Notice that the AutoConnect arrows appear. Move the second shape down over the AutoConnect arrow that points in the direction that you want, and drop it on the arrow.

The Analyze shape is spaced a standard distance from the Service Request shape, and is connected automatically. When the AutoConnect arrows appear, move the pointer over an arrow that is pointing toward the other shape that you want to connect to.

Click and hold the AutoConnect arrow, and then drag a connector from it to the center of the other shape. When the arrow is over the center of the other shape, a red border appears around the shape. Drop the connector to attach it, or “glue” it, to the shape.

For more information about how to connect shapes, see Add connectors between shapes in Visio. When you start typing, Visio switches the selected shape to text editing mode. Select the shape again. A small yellow control handle appears in the text area. Drag the yellow control handle to move the text.

On the Home tab, in the Tools group, click the Text tool. The text box now has the characteristics of other shapes. You can select it and type to change the text, you can drag it to another part of the page, and you can format the text by using the Font and Paragraph groups on the Home tab.

In addition, when you hold the pointer over the text, AutoConnect arrows appear so you can connect the text to other shapes.

For more information about how to add text blocks, see Add, edit, move, or rotate text and text blocks. In the Shape Data window, in the property row that you want, enter the data that you want. Set Value data to 0 , then select OK. Go back to the Services app. Change the Startup type back to Automatic. Then right-click Windows Search and select Start. On the taskbar, select Search , then enter Indexing Options in the search box.

Under Best Match , select the Indexing Options control panel. In the Indexing Options dialog box, select Advanced. Then, under Troubleshooting, select Rebuild. Standard versus Professional editions of Visio. You can also search for stencils that are online, created by third-parties or Microsoft.

In the search box at the top of the Shapes pane, enter a key word or phrase e. Under Online , if available, you’ll see shapes on the web by other companies, including Microsoft. You can find shapes by searching the Microsoft Download Center for Visio shapes. You can use the search box to find shapes installed with Visio. The search box is in the Shapes window, in a separate tab from the stencils. Right-click the title of a stencil in the search results, and then click Save As.

Type a name for the stencil, and save it in your My Shapes folder. Then click Favorites to add the shape to your Favorites stencil. You can also click Add To New Stencil to create a stencil that contains only that shape, or click Add to Existing Stencil to select a stencil, for example from your My Shapes folder.

You can choose whether searches for shapes use all of the words that you enter or any of the words that you enter. For example, if you enter “office chair” as a search in the Shapes window, the search can be for shapes that are related to both “office” and “chair,” or for shapes that are related to either “office” or “chair” or both. Choose the first type of search, AND, when you only want results that are related to all of the words that you enter.

Choose the second type of search, OR, when you want to see more search results and matching all words is not necessary. In Visio Options , click Advanced , and then scroll down to the Shape search section. You can find shapes by searching the Microsoft Download Center for “Visio shapes download. Geographic map shapes.

Educational shapes. Microsoft Exchange Server shapes. After you download a stencil of shapes, copy it to your My Shapes folder. By default, your My Shapes folder is located inside your default Documents folder. Then, open the stencil in Visio by navigating to My Shapes. The Search for Shapes feature uses the Windows Search service to search the Visio stencils that are installed on your computer. The Windows Search service must be running to enable quick searching.

When you first start Visio, the Search for Shapes box is hidden to leave more room for shapes. In the Search for Shapes box, type one or more words that describe the shape you want.

You can separate the words with spaces, commas, or semicolons. For example, to find shapes that represent office chairs, type office chair. Right-click the title bar of the search results stencil, and then click Save As.

Type a name for the stencil and save it in your My Shapes folder. Right-click the shape, point to Add To My Shapes , and then click Favorites to add the shape to your Favorites stencil. Under Visio , click Options. In the Options dialog box, click Advanced and then scroll down to the Shape search section.

Then type office chair in the Search for Shapes box. Then type chair table in the Search for Shapes box. To open the stencil, in the Shapes window, click More Shapes , point to My Shapes , and then click the stencil name.

There are many diagrams and shapes in Visio for the web. To locate a certain diagram or shape, you can search for them. Type in a word or phrase to find diagram names, shapes, or the names, text, and shape data associated with a diagram.

Open the Visio landing page by using the app launcher. Visio for the web auto-suggests results as you type. Results appear in the Gallery view. You can search for specific shapes that you want to add to the diagram.

For example, you may want to search for specific shapes not in a stencil, such as title boxes, arrows, math, charts, boxes, stars, and symbols.

 
 

 

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Learn the basics of creating diagrams, and get a quick tutorial on how to create diagrams using shapes and stencils in this introduction to Visio. This update is available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center. Download update for bit version of.