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Old 11-21-2017, 10:44 AM
gtgtg gtgtg is offline 2 questions on visio Windows 10 2 questions on visio Office 2013
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Hi

I am using ¨basic shapes¨ from visio 2013 and I have the following 2 questions :

1) Could someone tell me how I could remove the big spots encircled in red color on the attached figure ?


2) I would also like to know how I could remove the line going from the center of the triangle to the edge of the triangle (see ¨line to remove¨indicated in blue color)?

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Old 11-23-2017, 06:54 AM
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The "spots" you are identifying are "connecting points" from when you created the triangle. There is an icon on your toolbar where you can turn these off if you so desire. They do not print or otherwise show when your drawing is produced for display.
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