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add to existing visio diagram

Posted on 2015-01-25
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I need to piece together our updated network to an old visio drawing.  I am unfamiliar with visio.

In the attached diagram, there is a network locations called Jackson/Harrison.  Attached to the 3560 switch is a domain network.  How can I add it to the existing diagram?
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just simply drag and drop required network components (objects) from the left shapes panel to the work panel at right. if you can't find the required objects just open some new shape files from the File Open menu.
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