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using ms visio to create class hierarchy designs

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I got visio free from my school and am hoping to us it to do my object oriented design, instead of scribling it on paper. I haven''t quite figure out how to use it and im wondering if anyone has used it for this and could lend a little help, or show me to some tutorials. thanks

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Can''t you just go to a study clinic or tutorial, or perhaps office hours, and have them help you? If they give it away for free, the TAs or other students would use it, too.

Also, the help files have some useful starter information in them; I''d suggest starting there.

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All relationships are done with the connector shapes - they look like lines. You drag each end over the "x" shape on the class shapes, and they should show a visual change when you do so.

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I use visio enterprise achitect(the one in VS.NET 2003), I learned it from the help included in the installation.

Alberto

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