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How to reobtaion flowchart pane on VISIO ?

Posted on 2011-03-22
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I've accidentally closed the flowchart pane - accordingly with the picture.
How to regain it ?
 

Thanks in advance

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Question by:Eduardo Fuerte
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by:Scott Helmers
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If the stencil is no longer visible, it's normally because you've closed the Shapes window. The solution in English, is View>Shape Data Window (or if your version of Visio is old enough, I think it was View>Custom Properties window)

Does that help? If not, you may have actually closed the stencil. If that's the case, let me know which version of Visio you're using (it looks like it might be Visio 2000? or 2002?).
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Hello

My VISIO is 2002
I've found another way.... accordingly with the image.
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by:Scott Helmers
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Glad you found the answer. Apparently you had closed the stencil itself and not just the Shapes window, which is why reopening the specific stencil was necessary.
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