Finding and Adding Shapes
When you start a new drawing from a library in Edraw, libraries with shapes designed for that drawing type appear in the Library window next to the drawing page.
About Finding Shapes
If you want additional
shapes, you can quickly use the Find box to
search for them without opening additional
Find function searches the Edraw
libraries that are
installed on your hard drive, as well as new shapes
that you've added to custom libraries.
Find Shapes in a
Library window, if
it's not already open.
- On the View menu,
Find box, type one or more words
that describe the shapes you want. You can
separate words with spaces.
For example, to find shapes that represent
arrow and type arrow.
- Find box lays top of the Library
- Click or press ENTER.
The results are added to a search results
- When you find the shape you want, drag it onto
the drawing page.
Open Additional Libraries
the button is beside
Do one of the followings:
- To open a custom
library, if you've add
your own library, point to your library,
and then click a library.
- To open an Edraw
library, point to a
category folder, and then click a library.
- To open a new blank
library to which you
can add shapes, click New Library.
To load a library not existing in Edraw
category, click Load Library.
Close a Library
library title bar, and then click
You can also close all libraries at a time.
Note: If you make changes to any of the shapes
on a custom library or add shapes to a
custom library, you are prompted to save your
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