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When you want to continue your flowchart onto a new page, use the Off-page reference shape to create a hyperlink from one page to the next.

Note: The Off-page reference shape is not available in the following flowchart templates: Data Flow Diagram, IDEF0 Diagram, and Cause and Effect Diagram.

  1. Drag the Off-page reference shape onto the first page near the last shape in the flowchart.

  2. In the Off-page reference dialog box, click OK. This adds the Off-page reference shape to the current page, and creates a new drawing page that has its own Off-page reference shape.

  3. On the new drawing page, continue your flowchart by adding more flowchart shapes. To move between pages of the flowchart, press Ctrl and click the shape on either page.

Tip: You can change the appearance of an Off-page reference shape by right-clicking the shape and then clicking Outgoing, Incoming, Circle, or Arrow.

See Also

Make a Visio flowchart to visualize a process

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