London 2012 Olympics Logos for Visio

The excitement around the Olympics in London this summer is growing, and there are many companies, organisations and individuals preparing to have associated events. Therefore, I thought it would be useful to have Visio versions of the logos available.

I downloaded the original SVG files from, and then opened them in Visio. Once I had them in Visio, I was able to slightly clean them up by combining some of the resultant shapes, then I renamed the shapes to make them easier to explore. I then made a single master shape, with three Shape Data rows to allow the user to select between six different official colour versions, and a custom option to allow you to sub-select shapes to format as you like.


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