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Visio 2010: Make "bumps" when lines cross

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I have two lines which bross, I want one of the to make a "bump" so it becomes more clear which one goes where. (in Visio 2010).
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menu File -> Page Setup -> Layout and Routing tab

Set the "Line Jumps" to what you want.

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Ok, I tried that, ignore that 1st comment.

Open Visio, open document, go across to design tab at the top, then click on connectors at the far right.

Here is where you will find line jumps, and it is line jumps that you require.

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