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I cant find this shape - a little man - does anybody know where it is located and called?
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Do you know for sure that this is a Visio shape? Or is it just clip art?

I used the Visio shape search (as you probably have) and didn't find anything like this using various combinations of "man", "stick", "arrow", "stick figure" etc, which is why I wonder whether it's actually a Visio shape or just something that someone drew using Visio or another drawing tool.

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