>>> Same shape size


    Sponsored Links


  • 1. Aligning text along a shapes edge ?
    is there a way of aligning text along a shape - for example if I have a circle can I have text displayed along an arc around the circle (rather like wordart....) ? any help appreciated Paul
  • 2. diffusion of innovation
    I remember seeing a visio diagram of the "Diffusion of Innovation" chart on a CD somewhere - perhaps the Visio installation CD. But i can't find it now. Does anyone know where this is? This chart is a bell curve and shows the rate at which people adoption innovation. thanks!
  • 3. Snap to Grid Doesn't Work
    No idea what is the problem here - all I can say is that I've used pre-MS Visio Technical from version 4, through 5, then the MS versions 2000 and 2002 - the snaps all work perfectly - I change snaps frequently to great effect. The only suggestion is to check the snap "strength" settings. Regarding the effect of zoom - that is one of the useful features. Zoom in for finer control. As for the nudge - works fine. Check that the keyboard Scroll Lock is turned off. Another product? I haven't found anything that goes near Visio. (I gave up on AutoCad at Version 10) My only gripe is that MS fiddled with 2002 and f*****d it up - I went back to 2000. Pemo "bd" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote : > I've tried this on 2 machines and have added the SP1 > without any improvement. The snap to grid doesn't work as > described in the help. Neither does the nudge. > Basically, both are on drugs. They move in weird amounts > such as 1/4, then 1/16, then 1/8, etc. I have snap turned > off for all other items (connectors, guides, objects, > etc.). > > Without this, this tool is useless since I have to type in > coordinates by hand for every object. The help says this > feature should work like every other graphics/drawing > program, but apparently nobody ever tests this stuff. The > snap also depends on the zoom which is even more > irritating. Any recommendations for another product?
  • 4. Microsoft Visio object programming?
    visio automation is documented in 'developing visio solutions' (dvs.pdf on install cdrom or on the ms site) al >-----Original Message----- >Hi, > >I'm looking to use Visual Basic to create a sequence of images using >circles, rectangles, etc. > >Has anyone done something like this using the Microsoft Visio object >model? > >Thanks in advance. >. >
  • 5. Beta 2003 technical update error: Can not install file
    In my 2003 Beta kit, Visio 2003 was not included. So, I did not have any Visio installation on the PC today when I downloaded the Visio 2003 Beta technical update. Now, when I have downloaded the Visio 2003 Beta Technical update and try to install, I get an error message when I try to click on the setup file " setup.exe is not a valid win32 application" Is there anything missing or is the file just corrupt? Or do I need to do anything else first? I think I followed the instructions on the download page completely so I am puzzled.. Thanks

>>> Same shape size

Postby Jane » Thu, 18 Nov 2004 06:23:06 GMT


using Visio std 2002, if you have three boxes and they are 
all different sizes. Is there a way to set the height and 
width to specific measurements?


Re: >>> Same shape size

Postby Mark Nelson [MS] » Thu, 18 Nov 2004 15:15:05 GMT

View > Size & Position window

Mark Nelson
Microsoft Corporation

This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.

Re: >>> Same shape size

Postby Jane » Sat, 20 Nov 2004 07:27:45 GMT

Thanks Mark


confers no rights.


Similar Threads:

1.select Shape -->Format --> Protection in C#

2.MS Access >> MS Visio


I have a module in an Access database that takes a query, saves it to an 
Excel spreadsheet and then runs it through the Organisation chart wizard in 
Viso. The code is below and it works really well.
I just want it to do 2 more small things, that sound so simple.
1) I want to select the chart that is made and change the font to size 6.
2) Create a label that simply says Training.
I have highlighted where the lines of code should go....but just can't get 
it to work

Sub CreateDivOC()

Dim strFilename As String
strFilename = "\\DDFF\Root1\CSS-BSS\SystemFiles\Training\VCharts\Division.xls"

If Len(Dir(strFilename)) > 0 Then
   Kill strFilename
End If

DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acExport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel9, 
"\\DDFF\Root1\CSS-BSS\SystemFiles\Training\VCharts\Division.xls", False

'Read the command line
Dim strCommand As String
strCommand = Command$

'Check if the add-on exists
'On Error GoTo OrgDoItErrHandler
Dim objVisio As Object
Dim objAddOn As Object

Set objVisio = CreateObject("Visio.Application")
Set objAddOn = objVisio.Addons.ItemU("OrgCWiz")

'Run the add-on (errors are handled by the add-on)
'On Error Resume Next

'Break up the string
Dim strCommandPart As String
Dim strCommandLeft As String
Dim UndoScopeID1 As Long
Dim UndoScopeID2 As Long
strCommandLeft = strCommand

    objAddOn.Run ("/S-INIT")
        While (Len(strCommandLeft) > 0)
                strCommandPart = Left(strCommandLeft, MAX_ARGSTRING_LENGTH)
                strCommandLeft = Mid(strCommandLeft, Len(strCommandPart) + 1)
                objAddOn.Run ("/S-ARGSTR " + strCommandPart)
    objAddOn.Run ("/S-RUN /filename = 
= Name, JobTitle")
    objVisio.Application.ActiveWindow.ShowGrid = False
**** Line to make everything size 6
**** Line to make label
Exit Sub

    MsgBox "error"

End Sub

Any help is greatly appreciated.




we usually use <<n as a cheaper option to multiplication when its factor of
2^n right,

even for non 2^n say

ix40 ==> ix(32+8) ==> (i<<5)+(i<<3)

similarly divison 2^n is >>n

doubt is there a cheaper option to i/24 ==> i/(16+8) ==> ????????
or i/72.....

also are there other faster arithmetic alternatives like the >> and << for
div n multiplication



4.>> to accelerate division

we usually use <<n as a cheaper option to multiplication when its
factor of
2^n right,

even for non 2^n say

ix24 ==> ix(16+8) ==> (i<<4)+(i<<3)

similarly divison 2^n is >>n

doubt is there a cheaper option to i/24 ==> i/(16+8) ==> ????????
or i/72.....

also are there other faster arithmetic alternatives like the >> and <<
div n multiplication


Return to VISIO


Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 85 guest