If you do not see the Shape Library you want on the left side of the Drawing Canvas, you can click on More Shapes which will open up the More Shapes dialog and will allow you to customize your shape library.

Clicking on the individual shape library names expands that chosen section to allow browsing the shapes it contains. You can click and select or de-select libraries you want to add or remove.

You can also add your own shape libraries by clicking on the “+Add Custom Library” button at the top of the More Shapes area.

Once the Custom Library dialog appears you can add your own JPG, PNG, GIF, and SVG files to it. Please keep in mind there is currently a limit of 30 images per library and a limit of 1MB per image.

You’ll also need to name your custom library before you click Save Library.

p(banner tip).Your Library will not save without a name!

The Hide Sidebar button is located at the bottom of the symbol library panel, to the left of the drawing canvas and to the right of the “More Shapes” button. It allows you to hide any symbol libraries that you don’t want to currently show in the drawing pane.

You can also Expand/Collapse all the libraries to make them easier to navigate.

If you click on the Move button in a shape library, you can move the libraries up/down on your list and re-order them as you like. Clicking on the “x” in the shape library title bar will remove it from your library pane. You can bring it back at anytime by going into More Shapes.

To manage your custom shape library, click on the title of it in the sidebar then click on the gear wheel to show the Custom Library Options. Here you can:

  • Edit this Library
  • Remove from Favorites
  • Remove from Sidebar
  • Delete Permanently