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You might also try saving the Visio doc as WMF, and importing that into
Word. That also seems to work well (or at least better) when you're doing
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alex Silbajoris [mailto:alsilba -at- hotmail -dot- com]
> Subject: Sometimes, it's almost art
> Today I was attempting to import a Visio flowchart into a
> Word document,
> with limited success. I made several different attempts, and
> one of them
> turned out so bad it was comical in a way. The page that
> resulted had the
> correct shapes and lines, but the type appeared as tiny
> greeked lines, maybe
> 4 points at most.