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This question often arises:  What is the best way to handle off-page references when dealing with multiple Schematic pages. Occasionally you may run out of space on a schematic page and need to continue your drawing on another page while other times you may be intentionally creating separate schematic pages for each system in a project. Off-page references are handy when a component in your drawing is a part of two or more systems but you don’t wish to have a shape for that component on all pages. While we currently don’t have any D-Tools’ created shapes that handle this, Visio comes with its own shape that you may find useful.  Read more.

-Seth Enos

http://www.d-toolsblog.com/?p=5594

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