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Default Infopath with Visio?? Possible??

Hi all,

I have question I'd like to throw out there. Basically, I want to create a work request form which will be used by welders to build things (eg. shelving units). I want the user to be able to draw what they need on the form with Visio and use InfoPath as the host form to send this data. Is this even possible using VBA or managed code??

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Chris
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