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visio 2013 editing 3d cube stencil

Posted on 2014-10-22
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I want to create a grid using visio and label my corner points.

When I tried to do this using the 3D geometry stencil, i created the following shape (see attachment), but I am unable to seamlessely fuse the cubes together so that there is only one boundary facet (instead of the slight gap between a cube and the neighbouring cube). Any tips how i can fuse the cubes?

 I would like to label only certain corners , not all the corners. Any way i can do this? Currently , as seen in the picture, i can see A,B,C,D, A1, B1 , C1, D1 . I would like to label A (from  leftmost  bottom cube) and C1 only (from  rightmost top cube) , for example, but call them bottom front left and top right back, respectively.

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Question by:LuckyLucks
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If you zoom in at >400%, do you see the gaps better?
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by:LuckyLucks
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I can't zoom in - I cannot find anything on the visio top panel that will allow me to zoom in.
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The View tab on the ribbon has the Zoom button, which brings up the zoom dialog.  Also, a lot of Microsoft programs support the Ctrl+Middle Mouse Button zoom functionality.

Visio Zoom Button on View tab
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