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Where can I find a stencil set (.vss file) for Visio 2007 containing all the basic non-model-specific Cisco symbols?
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by:mike_hale
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Here you go:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/prod_visio_icon_list.html

All the Cisco stencils you'll ever need.  :)  
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Kamran Arshad earned 375 total points
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Hi,

The above link for Cisco and the below link for most of the other vendors;

http://visiostencils.com/home/index.php
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by:src1963
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Not exactly what I wanted. This list provides only the detailed physical chassis/module icons but does not contain the logical, conceptual icons that are found in cisco documentation, cisco press books, etc.
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by:src1963
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uetian1707:

Ok I accept this one. your link is certainly a complete collection of stencils, including the logical cisco icons I was looking for.  I was hoping to find a FREE .vss file but I didn't specify that in the question.
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Thanks. I will check out this site.
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