Do you need a custom shape or drawing? Contact me at email@example.com. Thank you!
You love LibreOffice and OpenOffice, but you still use Visio to make drawings. Why? Because none of the shapes you need are easily available. Until now.
Custom OO Shapes is a repository of custom shapes you can use with LibreOffice and OpenOffice Draw. The following shapes are available:
|Basic Network Shapes||Tape drive, multiplexer, bridge, hub, modem, printer, comm link, server tower, server blade, desktop PC, radio tower, cell phone, router, rack-mount unit, IP phone, laptop, wireless access point, firewall, dot-matrix printer, racks (38U, 42U, 46U), large satellite dish, satellite, small satellite dish, scanner, Ethernet, tablet, smartphone||21-Oct-2015||download (35.4 kb)|
|UML Shapes||Class, instance, package, component, assembly, collaboration, artifact, node, deployment, swim lanes (four variations), actor, accept event, action, activity final, decision, flow final, stop, initial node, parameter set, object node, condition, send signal, receive signal, frame, paths||24-Jan-2010||download (13.7 kb)|
|Theater Lighting||Ellipsoidal reflector spotlights (ERS), lens boxes, Source Four© fixtures, ERS designators, beam projectors, fresnels, pinspot, plano convex, PARs, ERS floodlights, cycloramas, striplights, fluorescents, follow spotlight, moving mirror, moving yoke, moving heads, slide projector, practical, fogger, booms and mountings, barn doors, scroller, top hat, half hat, CYM mixer, douser, sightline, rigging point, curtain, dimmer, channel, circuit, center line||11-Jul-2010||download (23.1 kb)|
|Logic Gates||And, Or, Not (Inverter), Nand, Nor, Xor, Xnor, digital flip-flop||20-10-2015||download (12.1 kb)|
|Electrical Engineering||Resistor, variable resistor, capacitor (straight and curved), polarized capacitor (straight and curved), earth ground, chassis ground, diode, Zener diode, battery, crystal, fuse, inductor, air inductor, iron core inductor, transformer, pushbutton (NO, NC, toggle), transistors (PNP, NPN, Darlington Pair), phototransistor, MOFSET (P chan, N chan), TRIAC, thyristor (silicon-controlled rectifier), photodiode||31-Jan-2012||download (14.3 kb)|
|Simple Orchestra Layout||Instrument, music stand, timpani, piano, xylophone, harp||14-Mar-2010||download (9.7 kb)|
|GUI Elements and Controls||Window, dialog box, dropdown list, frame, text box, checkbox, radio button, button, focus indicator, slider, progress bar, tree arrows, drop-down arrow, spin arrows, notebook tab, window controls (close, restore, maximize, minimize)||09-Mar-2008||download (12.7 kb)|
|Computer and Network Symbols||SCSI LVD/SE, SCSI LVD, SCSI SE, SCSI HVD, Ethernet, USB||16-Jun-2006||download (9.6 kb)|
|Fasteners||Pan head Phillips, slotted head, Pozidriv, Supadrive, Robertson, hexagonal slotted, standard washer, lock washer||16-Jun-2006||download (11.0 kb)|
|Cable Connectors||RJ-45 socket, SCSI 68-pin male, DB-9 female, PS2||19-Jun-2006||download (11.7 kb)|
Download the file you need. Open it in LibreOffice or OpenOffice. Copy the desired shape using Ctrl+C, and paste special as Drawing Format into your own drawing. That's all! (If you need additional help, see the tutorial.)
To resize a shape, click it, hold down the Shift key, and drag one of the handles.
If you need a shape, or a shape in a different color or with more glue points, please contact me.
If you notice something good or bad about these images, let me know.
©2006–2015 Mark Lautman. All rights reserved. The shapes you download from this web site are distributed under the Lesser General Public License version 3 (LPGLv3).