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Visio 2007 Std - problem with shape data

Postby Christian Francke » Fri, 12 Oct 2007 17:06:21 GMT

Hi,



I added a couple of shape data to a shape (Server shape). I recognized that
my labels are switched in lines. Like I define a label called "IP address"
it used to be in line 2. Sometime in between it moved to line 5. Don't know
why. But some more strange things happened. I defined a label "data centre"
I gave it a type "fixed list" and entered some info's there. Everything
looked fine I checked OK and in between again I recognized that my type
"fixed list" was gone. The label was still there but the type changed to
"string" and my values are gone. Every time I try to fix it back it won't
take my changes. I don't get any error messages that I entered a wrong value
or wrong spelling or sort of that. Some other labels were also switched back
from fixed or variable list to string and the data was lost also. There
seems to be no pattern why this happens. Any idea?



The system is a German Windows XP SP2 (fully patched) laptop machine.
English Office 2003 SBS SP3 (fully patched) and English Visio 2007 standard
(fully patched) installed.



Thanks for help.



Kind regards



Chris



Re: Visio 2007 Std - problem with shape data

Postby John Goldsmith » Fri, 12 Oct 2007 22:21:34 GMT

See reply in Visio.General group.

Best regards

John


John Goldsmith
www.visualSignals.typepad.co.uk
www.visualSignals.co.uk








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1.Visio 2007 Std - problem with shape data

Hi,



I added a couple of shape data to a shape (Server shape). I recognized that 
my labels are switched in lines. Like I define a label called "IP address" 
it used to be in line 2. Sometime in between it moved to line 5. Don't know 
why. But some more strange things happened. I defined a label "data centre" 
I gave it a type "fixed list" and entered some info's there. Everything 
looked fine I checked OK and in between again I recognized that my type 
"fixed list" was gone. The label was still there but the type changed to 
"string" and my values are gone. Every time I try to fix it back it won't 
take my changes. I don't get any error messages that I entered a wrong value 
or wrong spelling or sort of that. Some other labels were also switched back 
from fixed or variable list to string and the data was lost also. There 
seems to be no pattern why this happens. Any idea?



The system is a German Windows XP SP2 (fully patched) laptop machine. 
English Office 2003 SBS SP3 (fully patched) and English Visio 2007 standard 
(fully patched) installed.



Thanks for help.



Kind regards



Chris




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