You don't apply changes to the diagram, you apply them to the data from
which the diagram is constructed. A custom diagram is merely an alternative
way of representing exactly the same data and is available at any time to be
used or not, as the fancy takes you. I have several custom diagram schemes
which I use for specific purposes, e.g. for reproduction in a document, but
all of them show the same fundamental data.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Roger
Sent: 28 June 2009 20:28
Subject: Re: [FHU] Suppressing icons in diagrams
Jane Taubman wrote:
Why not simply save as a custom diagram type with the icons turned
Because then, for any further diagram modifications that I wanted to make,
I'd have to apply them in two places: the default diagram, and the custom
icon-less one. After many years painful experience, I've learnt to avoid
having to make the same change in two or more places if there's a better way
of making it only once.
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