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Unecpected end of file error

Unecpected end of file error

Unecpected end of file error

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In my copy of viso pro-tech 5.0 I am having problems with connector tools. On premade shapes when I try to connect them I get an error message that says "unexpected end of file" the connector line is then drawn at the lowwer left of the page near the origon point. I can do an ungroup on the shape and then regroup (this loses the connection to the master) and then make new connection points which seem to work. Can you tell me what is happening. I would hate
to have to redo all my stencils. I also have a personel copy at home that does not appear to do this.

PS I am user doing wireing diagrams and system diagrams for CCTV. I am the Office "expert" While I can usually fumble my way to a solution this one has me stumped.

Thanks for the hellp

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