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Website diagrams in VISIO 2003

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I found this post http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/Visio/visio2002/maintain/vsgenweb.mspx about creating website diagrams in Visio 2002, as well as a tutorial on using the Conceptual Web Site template in Visio 2003 (sorry can't find the link right now, but will post it once I find it again).  My copy of Visio 2003 does not have the Conceptual Web Site template, is there any place where I can get this (I have searched the Microsoft template download site with no luck).

Thanks,

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What version of VISIO are you using?  and were ALL the stencils chosen to be installed?

Those stencils are included with VISIO 2003 professional.
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I have VISIO 2003 standard so I guess I don't have those stencils.  Do you know of anywhere I can get them or something simelar to them?

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