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Chapter 2. Creating a Diagram > Quickly Formatting Shapes and Diagrams

Quickly Formatting Shapes and Diagrams

When you think about what makes up a shape’s format, it helps to understand the following two attributes of a shape (shown in Figure 2-17):

  • Its line, which forms the border around 2-D shapes or the line of a 1-D shape. You can change the line weight (its thickness), color, pattern (such as dashed or dotted lines), and line end (such as an arrowhead).

  • Its fill, which is the color and pattern of a shape’s interior. Of course, a 1-D shape such as a connector doesn’t have an interior.


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