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Posted on 2007-03-24
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Is there a way to make shapes the same size?  I have several blocks (org chart) and would like to select them all and make them the same size by tallest, widest etc like you can do in access.  Is this possible?
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Yes. Select the objects and Select Format->Size->To Tallest or Format->Size->To widest etc.
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What is your org chart application?  This is the Access zone.
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I show the Visio Zone?
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OK, you clicked on Access as an alternate zone in which to post the query.  Sorry, can't help you as I do not have Visio. However, Google - resizing multiple shapes in Visio - returns a lot of hits, one of which - http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/visio/HA010788361033.aspx  -  looked like it would give you the answers you are looking for.
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