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Double border Line ?

Double border Line ?

Double border Line ?

I use the Line Tool or the Connector Tool to connect 2 shapes (they have connection points). I am trying to make the line to have double body. Instead of one line, to have 2 lines in parallel, very close.

Hope you understood what i mean !

Thank you

RE: Double border Line ?

Hm, ..
i dont see much traffic here!
I'll be using the software Smart Draw to do my job.

RE: Double border Line ?

The normal way would be to select Line from the Format menu and chose an appropriate line pattern. Unfortunately, double line is not one of the standard line patterns. Having said that, it is relatively easy to create a line pattern.

Why is it quiet? This is NOT one of the primary sources for help for Visio. I have been doing online Visio help since the product was releasd in 1992. Originally the help was provided on Compuserve and with the acquisition by Microsoft, the help is provided on the microsoft newsgroups. Add msnews.microsoft.com to Windows mail, Outlook Express or whatever you are using to read newsgroups.
Chris Roth, alias Visio Guy, one of the original Visio masters, also runs a set of web forums. http://www.visguy.com/

John...   Visio MVP - Visio.MVPs.org

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