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the gapp you get by switch off a layer in Visio

the gapp you get by switch off a layer in Visio

the gapp you get by switch off a layer in Visio

(OP)
tree-problem (the capital letters are shapes and the lines are connections)
                 |---AA1       layer 1={A}
     |---AA--|---AA2       layer 2={AA,AB}
     |          |---AA3       layer 3={AA1,AA2,AA3,AB1,AB2,AB3)
 A--|
     |          |---AB1
     |---AB--|---AB2
                 |---AB3

Now I switch off (make invisible) layer 3, than I get:
         
     |---AA
     |                                       
 A--|            
     |                                       
     |---AB

but what I want is:

    |-AA
 A-|
    |-AB

question:
How can I fill the empty gapp automatic when switch off a layer?

P.S. I work with visio professional 2003

RE: the gapp you get by switch off a layer in Visio

Layers are just a way of relating items so their visibility can be controlled, it does not move the location of the items.

John...   Visio MVP - Visio.MVPs.org

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