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Dash line became solid line after saving as EMF format

Postby Harry Lin » Fri, 20 Feb 2004 23:32:49 GMT

Hi, there,
In my visio drawing, I have a dash-line rectangle. After 
saving as EMF format, the dash line has become solid line. 
How can I avoid this? Thank you very much.


RE: Dash line became solid line after saving as EMF format

Postby Umh1dHJvdw » Sun, 22 Feb 2004 08:56:05 GMT

Hey Harry I'm having the same problem but with "wmf". Did a little searching in the microsft User Groups and came up with the followin two sources for help

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Hope this helps.

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