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I want make a network diagram using viso, I heard it's great. The book I have tells me to go to File > New > Network > Basic Network Diagram

But I can't even find the "Network" I'm using 2010, why is it not there?

This is what I see:

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Question by:Pancake_Effect
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I think you're confusing two products: you asked about Visio, which you can use to create network diagrams. But your screen shot above is Visual Studio.

The File>New page for Visio 2010 looks like thisFile>New page in Visio 2010
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Thanks for the help, I figured Viso was just the abbreviation for it, all is good and working now.
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