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Visio 2010 - Need to find layer elements

Posted on 2013-12-30
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I have 3 elements listed in my "connectors" layer.  However I can't find them.  I made other layers "invisible" expecting to be able to find my "remaining" connector artifacts but i couldn't.  
How can I find these three elements resident in my "connectors" layer?
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Can you find them if you select by type? On the Home tab, click Select>Select by Type>Layers>Connector  That will select only the items on the Connector layer.

If they still aren't visible, try setting a layer color to make them look different: On the Home tab, click Layers>Layer Properties, add a check mark to the Color column for the Connector layer, and then pick a very bright color from the Layer color dropdown.
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SCOTT you are a lifesaver!
Thanks.
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Glad to help, but I'm curious to know: which technique helped you find the missing links?
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