Where is snap and Glue in Visio?
On the View tab, click the dialog launcher on the Visual Aids group. In the Snap & Glue dialog box, on the General tab , under Currently active, select the Glue check box.
What is snap and Glue in Visio?
Visio offers many options for you to snap or glue to. You can snap to ruler subdivisions, the grid, the alignment box, shape extensions, shape geometry, guides, shape intersections, shape handles, shape vertices, and connection points. From the Tools menu, click the Snap & Glue command.
How do you snap objects in Visio?
On the View tab, in the Visual Aids group, click the dialog box launcher. On the General tab, under Currently active, clear the Snap check box to deactivate snap, or select Snap to activate snap. Under Snap to, select the drawing elements that you want shapes to snap into alignment with, and then click OK.
What is the difference between snap and Glue in Visio?
Snapping just moves something, implying precision location. So, if you snap a connector to a shape, then move the shape, the connector stays put. If you glue a connector to a shape, then it creates a “connection” to that shape. Now, move the shape and the connector will follow.
What happens when you snap a shape on Visio?
When you create or move a shape, snap pulls shapes and their edges into positions that align with other shapes, ruler subdivisions, grid lines, guides, or guide points. You can specify the types of drawing elements that shapes are snapped to. By default, shapes snap to both the ruler subdivisions and to the grid.
How can I add more auto connection points on Visio shapes?
How can I add more auto-connection points on shapes in Visio. For example, a circle shape originally has 8 auto-connection points, but I need 8 points more totally 16 connection points around it. P.S. From the Visio Options window, I checked “Show more shape handlers on hover” tick box to no avail.
How to set properties for multiple shapes in Visio?
Snap – Ensures that shapes align with a grid or other shapes in the drawing. Turn Snap on or off. Glue – Ensures that connectors remain attached to shapes. Turn Glue on or off. Color – Applies the assigned color to all shapes on a layer. Turn Color on to see which shapes are included in that layer.
How do I add a connection point to a shape?
Select your shape, click the command, then hold down the control key and left click where you want to add, move, or delete a connection point. I found the point and click method for adding new connection points to be a bit clumsy so I prefer: Right click on shape -> Show ShapeSheet.