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Visio 2010 - shape on screen ... but I do NOT want it to print out

Posted on 2013-11-26
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I have a textbox which I would like to see whenI open the visio file, but when I print it out, I do not want to see it.

What attribute/setting do I change in order to make this happen?
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Hi BT,

Try this:

Developer ribbon tab > Behavior > Miscellaneous section > Non-printing shape.

Also, layers can be set to non-printing, so you could assign shapes like your text box to a layer that you then set to be non-printing.
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