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You can add shapes, such as boxes, circles, and arrows, to your documents, email messages, slide shows, and spreadsheets. To add a shape, click Insert, click Shapes, select a shape, and then click and drag to draw the shape.

Find shape-specific commands. To display shape-specific commands. Right-click the shape that you want to inspect. Visio displays a shortcut menu that has shape-specific commands, some fo which may be unique to the type of shape that you have selected. Some shapes have special control handles, indicated by , that you can use to modify the shape ...

On the Insert tab, click Shapes. Under Lines, click Curve. Click where you want the curve to start, drag to draw, and then click wherever you want to add a curve. To end a shape, do one of the following:

Use Range (index), where index is the shape's name or index number or an array of shape names or index numbers, to return a ShapeRange collection that represents a subset of the Shapes collection. The following example sets the fill pattern for shapes one and three on myDocument.