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When I switch to "Crow's feet" view in my ERD in MS Visio 2003 (Database/Options/Document/<Relationship tab>, I get dotted lines instead of solid lines.  Is there any way I can override this or change it?
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Looks like I may have solved my own problem -- at least partially.  When using the shapes from the Entity Relationship template, solid lines are used for Identifying relationships and dotted-lines are used for Non-identifying relationships.  However, I would still be interested in finding out how to override this and use different line types for the two types of relationships.  (Full points would still be awarded).
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