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UML class diagrams in Visio?

UML class diagrams in Visio?

UML class diagrams in Visio?

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Hi,
I'm trying to use Visio to create a set of UML class diagrams for a Java program I'm writing, and I have a few questions:

1.  There are no "Java" datatypes in Visio, only C++, C# & VB.  Is there a way to add Java datatypes to it?  So far I've just been using the C# equivalent of Java types...

2.  Is there a way to wrap long function declarations over 2 lines if the function signature doesn't fit on one page?

3.  Can I create a template type and just specify the template argument instead of creating a new datatype for each type of template?  Eg. Instead of defining:  Vector<String>  and  Vector<int>  and  Vector<whatever>...
Can I just define:  Vector<T>  and then when I use that as an attribute or function parameter, just tell Visio what type I'm using for T?

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