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Where is the internet cloud shape in Visio 2010?

If you need to use more shapes such as the cloud shape in Visio 2010, you can get them quickly from:

1. To open the Shapes window, if it is not already open, on the View menu, click Shapes Window.

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2. In visio Shapes Window, click More Shapes, and select Search for Shapes. See screenshot:

search-cloud-shapes

3. Enter "cloud" in the search box and Search. See screenshots:

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    navendu · 1 years ago
    thank you for the help
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    Killer · 2 years ago
    Dear, that was very easy, search cloud and i found it :)
    Thanks for making it very simple.
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    Nader · 4 years ago
    Try searching with first letter in capital.
    As stupis as it may sound, but it returns results.
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      me · 5 months ago
      Thanks! Stupid indeed, but the solution I was looking for.
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      Tom · 2 years ago
      Bingo! The capital 'C' did it. Thanks!
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    dan · 4 years ago
    worked for me. click search, type cloud, click magnifying glass and there was the cloud.
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    Imtiaz · 4 years ago
    You can find a cloud shape in
    Software and Databases > Web Diagram >'Conceptula Web Site Shapes'
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      Nilesh Chavan · 3 years ago
      This is really helpful.

      Thanks
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      Cindi · 4 years ago
      thanks Imtiaz -Searching for cloud didn't bring up anything
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        Mikeq · 4 years ago
        Both of you idiots Dayanand and Cindi said thanks but you idiots didn't tell how to get to Software and Databases.
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          oooo · 2 years ago
          MIKEQ: Because they never knew we could have morons like you here who don't know how to go to Software and Databases Shapes
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          Damo · 4 years ago
          Mikeeq... it shows the steps at the top of this page on how to get to Software and Database. See screenshot on step 2, its in the menu about half way down, between 'Schedule' and 'Viso Extras'. Its 10 menu items below Search for Shapes. Search for Shapes is highlighted in the screenshot in yellow with a red border.
          Can anyone else add some more detail to help Mikeeq please?
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      Dayanand · 4 years ago
      Thanks Imtiaz.. :-)..That really helped..Searching for cloud didn't bring up anything.