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Visio 2010 - Finding a shape I used previously!

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I used the shape shown in the graphic below and I can't find what group it was in.

Can someone tell me which stencil group it's located in?

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There's the stencil More Shapes > Visio Extras > Title Blocks that has a bunch of this kind of thing. I didn't see exactly that title block, but you can piece one together from the title block elements on that stencil.
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